Strunk at Cornell University in 1918.
To Strunk's rules, I would add one fundamental rule:
One might also ask if even 72 yearsof experience is meaningful: experience gained in the 1920s and 1930s with short-range propelleraircraft is not relevant to modern long-range jet aircraft.
The following italicized words areexamples of needless words:
Generallyinterviewers have gained such insight into the applicant's mind bytaking a number of interviews that they can give a very accurateassumption about the competence level, attitude and personality ofthe said applicant. The interviews too, are designed in such a mannerthat they are immensely effective in not only assessing the consciousof the applicant, but the subconscious as well. Huge attention todetail is paid when taking these interviews as most of the importantthings in the applicant's personality are clues and hints that needto be discovered by the interviewer. During this process, theinterviewer accesses the different aspects of the applicant, his lifeand his personality.
In such a case, the author should have written 3 mV.
It is my impression that most physicists and mathematicians generally use in the inclusive sense,and most attorneys in the USA generally use in the exclusive sense.
Avoid using the word "micron", as it is technical slang.
The operation in symbolic logic is often a "v", from the corresponding Latin word, although electricalengineers generally use a + sign for the operation.
Hence, the ambiguity in the M could be exploited toconfuse consumers.
For example, whenever an attorney does a search of a computer data base (e.g, search engine on theInternet, Dialog, Westlaw or Lexis), the OR command is the inclusive or.