Oxford University Press issued a statement Thursday affirming that it had not killed the "Oxford comma" (also called a serial comma), which appears before "and" in a series. Twitter and the blogosphere have been full of outrage over the reported elimination of the comma. As the Associated Press explained, the false reports were based on a style guide produced by the University of Oxford public relations office for press releases. For those following the Oxford University Press style, the comma lives on.
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