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Patrick Durusau scripsit:
> Ah, but the proper acronym is JITTs (note the little "s" on the end).
It looks like a plural (and etymologically I assume is a plural) and it's
flatly ungrammatical to make nominal compounds with the regular plural
ending embedded in them ("mouse-eater", "rat-eater", ?"mice-eater",
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