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Options for indexing, however, swayed them to hyphenate most compound group names, so that one could look up Screech-Owl under 'S,' cross-referenced from Owl, Screech--see Screech-Owl.
62-85 and (an entertaining note on the growing tendency to hyphenate adjective-noun pairs) 'T.
Siegal says the Times, which hyphenates online, has no qualms about remaining in what he describes as the "rear guard" of adopting newer style rulings.
Ultimately a husband has to respect his wife's decision to keep her maiden name or make it her middle name or hyphenate it.
You don't have to hyphenate 'grammar that is state of the art.