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i m writing one paragraph in which i need to wrap text in a paragraph.

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How can i wrap text "hemorrahagic" to next line or use hyphen two split it into multiline.

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We would need to see the whole paragraph. LaTeX suggests breaking points hem-or-rhagic (and Merrim-Webster seems to agree), which should be doable at this place, so please provide more information. – yo' Feb 19 '13 at 8:06
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which allows hypenation at the define points or use

.. your text
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(1) The hyphenation points seem to be wrong: merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hemorrhage (2) Since LaTeX should hyphenate the word automatically (the default English suggests some hyphenation points as can be found by \showhyphens) it seems to me that there must be a problem elsewhere. Using sloppypar without investigating the real causes is very misfortunate. – yo' Feb 19 '13 at 8:27

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