use participles in a sentence.
Harvard (Haaahvuhd): we might leak your personal information, but at least we never use dangling participles in sentences.
I think there's more jargon in that paper than participles.
One-third of the prime words are past participles [~/misc]$ cat primeWords.
You'd think these fluffy participles could be picked out (or just removed) by a program similar to a grammar checker.
Alternate title: How it happened to be Perl instead of any other just as capable language that saved the Human Genome Project (in the land of Dangling Participles and Allusion Errors).
What does humanity gain from keeping him in school "learning about dangling participles", as he put it?