[lg policy] Dogma vs. Evidence: Singular They

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January  5, 2012

Dogma vs. Evidence: Singular They

Discovering the platypus settles the question of whether an
animal can have fur and a beak, says Geoff Pullum. But for
faith-based grammarians, no kind of evidence can ever prove
anything about what’s grammatical.
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