AP Style Exercises: 3.4, 3.5, 3.6
- The Department of Defense is about to propose a new missile system.
- FCC, hitchhiker, $3, 4 million.
- The three most important people in his life are his wife, son and mother.
- Part-time, 10-year-old child, 5 p.m., 5,300.
- The Cardinals won the World Series’ last game 7–5.
- spring, fall, south, South.
- Nov. 15, the last day of February, March 16.
- Thirteen people traveled to Austin, Texas, for the rally.
- He had 10 cents left in his pocket.
- Homemade, well-known, Italian-American, questionnaire.
- The U.S. is sometimes not the best market for U.S. products.
- Upward, British Labour Party, Riverside Ave., cupfuls, eyeing.
- The Republican differed with the Democrat many times during the debate.
- Drs. John Smith and Mary Wilson performed the operations.
- Goodwill, USS Eisenhowser, cigarette, mid-America.
- He said he was neither a communist nor a member of the Communist Party.
- After her surgery, she had to wear a pacemaker.
- “What a hare-brained scheme!” she exclaimed.
- Pre-empt, speedup, 55 miles per hour, hooky.
- The Mafia was responsible for the murder.
- The rutabaga-eating contest was canceled because of adverse weather.
- It’s not all right to drink an excess of beer before going to the football game.
- Like Albert Einstein said, all knowledge is relative.
- The state capitol of Louisianna is located at 3722 Dagwood Road.
- The mayor refused to go along with the City Council vote. “I dissent” he stated.
- Madonna certainly has a flair for fashion. She always wears expensive outfits.
- The bomb destroyed Sen. Kitsmoot’s bird cage.
- My bright-green Chevrolet, which is in the garage, needs a new transmission.
- Knopke’s hilarious joke, elicited laughter from the Midville City Council.
- Jones lay on the floor waiting for the job interview to begin.
- Horowitz, an ethics major, vowed never to compromise his principles.
- At the end of the book report, Haynes cited the World Book as a source.