&ldquo;<strong>A thing</strong>&rdquo; has become a thing, as in &ldquo;Is that actually a thing?&rdquo; Sure, it's an irksome linguistic trend. But it fills a real need

&amp;ldquo;A thing&amp;rdquo; has become a thing, as in &amp;ldquo;Is that actually a thing?&amp;rdquo; Sure, it&#39;s an irksome linguistic trend. But it fills a real
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“A thing” has become a thing, as in “Is that actually a thing?” Sure, it's an irksome linguistic trend. But it fills a real need

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