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The title “What’s in a word?” appears at the top of the page, followed by the word “patron” in bold.
Definitions of two words follow. Patron (noun): One who protects, supports, or encourages. Patreon (noun): A membership site where people support their favorite creators (artists, writers, etc.) via bite-sized monthly contributions, in exchange for exclusive content and/or the knowledge that they are making community-supported arts possible.
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At the bottom of the graphic, the paper the words appear on emerges from a typewriter. Above the typewriter ribbon is the black text www. copyeditor. com with the red word “radical” inserted so that, edited, it reads www. radicalcopyeditor. com.
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