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  1. mas94010
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    editor-in-large & e.g.

    1. What is the difference between an editor and an editor-in-large?
    2.What does the "e.g." you see in dictionaries stand for if it was not abrieviated?

  2. gwendolinest
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    The abbreviation “e.g.” stands for “exampli gratia”, which is Latin for “for example”.

    I’m afraid I don’t know what is meant by “editor-in-large”. :( I’ll have to let others help you out with your first question. Okay?

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    We have editor-in-chief, but this is new to me.

  3. Anonymous
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    Maybe it's supposed to be "editor-at- large"?



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    editor-in-large

    I did a google search for "editor-in-large", and I did find it used a few places. Unfortunately, I couldn't figure out how it is different from any other kind of editor. Hm. It looks like the people here aren't very helpful either. :(

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  5. mas94010
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    Quote Originally Posted by CitySpeak
    Maybe it's supposed to be "editor-at- large"?


    What does editor- at-large mean? How is different from editor?

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    Apparently, an editor-at-large is somebody who not only edits submissions by others but also takes on reportorial assignments.

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