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I'm a geek, a role-player and a biker.

I work for Diamond Light Source, developing open source scientific software for the UK national synchrotron facility. In the past I have worked in the robotics, mechatronics and laser micro-machining industries.


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revised Does anyone produce a truly heavy duty, long arm stapler?
When to hyphenate words is [largely a matter of personal style](http://english.stackexchange.com/a/12524/72), and it varies between different variants of the English language. I do agree that the title is more clear with the comma though.
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comment Does anyone produce a truly heavy duty, long arm stapler?
Are you sure this is a suggestion to improve productivity? Also, why would I print as a booklet (using more expensive A3 paper) and then cut it in half, rather than just print double sided on A4?
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comment Does anyone produce a truly heavy duty, long arm stapler?
That looks absolutely perfect, now if only I could find a supplier in the UK. *8'(
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comment Does anyone produce a truly heavy duty, long arm stapler?
Thanks, just knowing the term Saddle Stapler makes it much easier to find appropriate devices.
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comment Can tea be the cause of sleeping issues?
That's an article about caffeine, not coffee. If you'd have said caffeine is more harmful than useful then I wouldn't have mentioned it. Also, the caffeine in tea is exactly the same as the caffeine in coffee, there's just less of it on average.
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comment Can tea be the cause of sleeping issues?
Herbal tea isn't really tea, it's an infusion which doesn't include the tea plant (Camellia sinensis). Also, do you have any evidence that coffee is more harmful than useful?
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