745 – ‘More Than’ Versus ‘Over.’ Is a Hamburger a Sandwich?

Grammar745 – ‘More Than’ Versus ‘Over.’ Is a Hamburger a Sandwich?

745 – ‘More Than’ Versus ‘Over.’ Is a Hamburger a Sandwich?

The AP Stylebook changed its stance on using “over” to mean “more than.” Plenty of people were shocked, but they shouldn't have been. And then we debate the linguistics of whether a hamburger is a sandwich.

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