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AP Issues Style Guidelines On 'Jeggings,' 'Jorts'

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The Associated Press Stylebook is the media's go-to guide for things like grammar and punctuation, and it's often revised to keep up with vernacular. Its 2012 edition includes a chapter on fashion, and in a Twitter chat this week the AP declared "jeggings" an OK word for the trendy hybrid of leggings and jeans. It added that "jorts" is not an OK term for jean shorts.
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