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'Headlinese' is the very elliptical syntax employed in headlines, captions, titles, signs and labels in order to save space and permit larger characters in display.

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The idiomatic use of the word leave is problematic, to be sure! Moreover, the sentence in question is, at best, poorly stated! Perhaps an illustration would help. Let's say two guys are bemoaning n …
answered Dec 1 '16 by rhetorician