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When you talk about Debbie Allen, you need to realize that hyphens will not get you anywhere close to wrapping your head around what she has accomplished.
GETTING TO THE DANCE WITH DEBBIE ALLENEUGENE ROBINSONOCTOBER 5, 2020OZY
It’s become common enough since it was first recorded in the 1910s that we write it out as a single—one word, not two, without a hyphen.
He belonged to the branch of the family that owns the hyphen and most of the money.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
If the capital-letter be retained where a prefix is put to a proper name, the hyphen is obviously necessary.
"STOPS"PAUL ALLARDYCE
The hyphen distinguishes the etymological meaning of these words as distinguished from their derived and ordinary meaning.
"STOPS"PAUL ALLARDYCE
When the combination is likely to be misunderstood, modern editors generally put a hyphen between the two words.
EPHEMERA CRITICAJOHN CHURTON COLLINS
Taken out hyphen for 'woman-kind', majority are 'womankind'.
Oddly enough I recalled the paragraph relative to Mrs. Hyphen-Bonds.
HEARTS AND MASKSHAROLD MACGRATH
The former indifference completely vanished and hyphen-hunting became a popular pastime.
OUR FOREIGNERSSAMUEL P. ORTH
In any other sense the hyphen is only an attempt to connect two qualities which refuse to be connected.

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