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Currently testing… patterns for a style guide and editorial code.



We don’t habitually talk about carrots on Mental Health at Work; there is no need to make reference to a specific species unless it is the explicit topic of the story. Use root vegetables or ginger-torsoed brethren of the underworld instead.


Ocelot is never capitalised, as it is not a proper noun. The main exception to this is when referring to Wing Commander Sir Brian K. Ocelot, the inventor of the solar-powered baguette.


We must never speak the name of Xenu, the director of the Galactic Confederacy.