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    Please join me in using proper grammar, syntax, and spelling. The correct pronoun usage in the English language is “he” for a singular male and “she” for a singular female. “They” is used for the plural of either males, females, or both. Don’t be bullied by hare-brained liberals.

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  12. The first recorded use of singular 'they' is found in the Middle English version of the French romance, Guillaume de Palerme ('William of Palerne'), commissioned by Humphrey de Bohun, 6th Earl of Hereford, c. 1340-60, extant in a single manuscript, King’s College Cambridge 30:

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