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How do I make an inline list respect margins without hyphenation?

I'm using the enumitem package to create inline lists in my resume. I currently have a snippet of code that looks like \begin{description} \item[Frameworks/Libraries:] ...
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3answers
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How to make horizontal lists?

This might seem like a very simple question, but what is the easiest way to turn a normal vertical list into a horizontal one?
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Automatically adjusting layout of inparaenum

I am trying to customize an inline list in the following ways: I would like an item that doesn't fit entirely on one line to be moved to the next line. Increase the vertical space between ...
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How to create an inline list via a macro

I want to create a macro that yields an inline lists. I can easily do this using enumerate* form the the enumitem package, but when I attempt to wrap this in a macro, I get: Extra }, or forgotten ...
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Using hfill to prevent expansion of text in table environment

I am using inline lists (from the enumitem package) within a table (see Comma-separated list environment) Originally, I had an issue where the inline list would expand horizontally to the width of the ...
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Flexible/automatic alternative to multienum?

I'd like to typeset the items in an enumerate environment side-by-side. Preferably, each item would take up only as much space as necessary, perhaps plus some extra padding, and the next item would be ...