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- Time: 2004-11-01T17:30:40Z - By: w:User:188.8.131.52 - Comment: Created new entry
- Time: 2004-11-01T17:32:54Z - By: w:User:Indrian
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Why 'stopgap' preferred to 'stop-gap'?
Just doing a quick Wikipedia search: 'stop-gap' gains 4000-odd hits, while 'stopgap' has only 400-odd. Why is 'stop-gap' listed as the alternative spelling when it is the more prevalent usage? EdJogg 11:06, 26 March 2009 (UTC)