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“Pleaded” or “Pled”: Vote Now

by Ryan Koopmans | January 17, 2013

By Ryan Koopmans

Friend and former colleague Brian Boone has co-written a funny little article about the age-old debate: “pleaded” versus “pled.”   I’m a “pled” man myself, but Brian makes a persuasive case for“pleaded.”  Read the competing arguments and vote for your favorite word here.

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