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4 commenti a “PHOTOSHOPPED”

  1. Claudio dice:

    Giovansan? ;-)

  2. massimo mantellini dice:



  3. Claudio dice:

    Non era male.

  4. Arturo di Gioia dice:

    Dove l'ho gia' sentita?

    Adesso ricordo:



    Adjectives. Always use marks as adjectives, and never as nouns. The use of any mark in text should be immediately followed by a noun. For instance, state "We recommend you use the RED HAT Linux operating system," rather than, "We recommend you use Red Hat." On a related note, avoid using marks in the possessive form, in the plural, or as a verb. The examples below illustrate proper usage.


    NOUN "RED HAT's performance is incredible." "The RED HAT Linux operating system's performance is incredible."

    PLURAL "Corporate demand for RED HATs is surging." "Corporate demand for the RED HAT Linux operating system is surging."

    VERB "RED HAT your entire network." "Set up your entire network using the RED HAT Linux operating system."