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e.g.
each (subject-verb agreement)
each other/one another. See also reciprocal pronouns.
eager/anxious
economy of words. See conciseness.
edited books, citing editing for grammar and style
editorial review
educational history (in résumés)
effect, cause and (paragraph development)
effect/affect/impact
either
electrical engineering style guides
electronic documents (writing) electronic mail (e-mail)
electronic sources (citing). See citing electronicsources.
elements in a series, commas with
elements of technical documents ellipsis points emphasis emphatic pronouns
employment search. See job search.
enclosure notations
end matter end notations
end punctuation endings. See conclusions.
endnotes English as a Second Language (ESL) dictionaries
ensure/assure
enumerating (mechanics of) enumeration (paragraph development method)
equations equipment ESL dictionaries
establishing credibility
et al.
etc.
ethical issues
ethnically biased language
European standards for formation of numbers
every (subject-verb agreement)
every body/everybody
every one/everyone
exactness examples (as paragraph development method)
except/accept
excess words exclamation marks executive summaries
exemplification (paragraph development)
experience (in résumés)
expertise, levels of. See levels of expertise.
experts, writing for
expletives (subject-verb agreement with)
exploded views
eye contact

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