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Why do we have the layovers (in one word) and stop-overs (hyphenated) tags? Maybe it would be nicer to have both in one word or both hyphenated. I don't have the rights to change it myself though.
suggestion: layovers stopovers
EDIT: I don't ask about the difference of meanings, there was this question a while ago that states the difference, as @Ankur Banerjee underlined it.
asked Sep 28, 2012 at 13:30
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This has annoyed me too.
I think they're different because different people made them and only moderators can change them.
I just had a quick look with Google's N-gram tool and it seems the single-word version is the most popular in each case:
Maybe retain hyphenated versions as synonyms too, that never hurts.
answered Sep 29, 2012 at 6:48
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