Em Rule (n.): British. A dash of one em length that is used to create a strong sense of digression, associated thought, or an aside to the theme of a sentence.
En Rule (n.): British. A short dash, the width of an en, used in punctuation.
Hyphen (n.): the sign (-) used to join words to indicate that they have a combined meaning or that they are grammatically linked, or to indicate word division at the end of a line.
If you’re interested in learning how tuning-in to your women’s intuition can make for an easier and healthier life — and fancy spending the weekend of October 17-19, 2008 in Switzerland — then get yourself over to the Awaken Women Conference website to learn more.
So what better way than to test it out for myself. If you already have a Google sign-in, then you can just sign into Knol and start typing something of which, hopefully, you do know something about.