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In a fine essay under the entry for sesquipedality in the Oxford Dictionary of Modern American Usage, Bryan Garner points out that modern English has drawn two kinds of literary expression from the ancient wellspring of Greek rhetoric - the earthy, plain "Attic" style, and the elaborate, grand "Asiatic" style.
Writing in his excellent 1998 title "A Dictionary of Modern American Usage," Bryan Garner notes at as far as, "In its figurative uses, this phrase must be followed by some complement such as that's concerned, that goes, or I know--e.
95) Although Bryan Garner's Dictionary of Modern American Usage (DMAU) spends most of its time on a shelf beside my desk, I must confess that I've taken the DMAU to bed with me on more than one occasion.