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AFTER MONTHS, A SUMMARY OF ANSWERS I RECEIVED TO MY REQUEST FOR SOURCES
OR LISTS OF COMPOUND NOUNS. THESE WERE ALL HELPFUL THOUGH I HAD HOPED
FOR ACTUAL LISTS OF COMPOUNDS. THANKS TO THOSE WHO SENT ME THE
1: TWO SITESS THAT ARE STYLE GUIDELINE ON TREATMENT OF COMPOUNDS:
2. A PAPER WITH LOTS OF EXAMPLES
LIBERMAN, MARK AND RICHARD SPROAT. 1992.
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