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TeX hyphenation is quite reliable, in general. However, some words can slip off its mechanism, because hyphenation is based on patterns. In order to be sure as much as possible of getting correct hyphenation in US English, load ushyphex.tex. See Where can I find a list of English hyphenation exceptions? If I try the simple document \documentclass{article} ...

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Please read section "2.3 Special characters" of the documentation for package qrcode. \qrcode reads the argument verbatim except for characters \, {, and } to allow macro expansion. These characters and the other special characters including spaces needs an "escaping" with the backslash, because their catcodes are already assigned at the time of the macro ...

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Obviously it would be best for Mendeley to just allow to add the langid field for convenient language switching. If you cannot have that, you might organise your bibliography in .bib files by language. You then can add the langid field for each entry like this \DeclareSourcemap{ \maps[datatype=bibtex]{ \map{ \perdatasource{\jobname-en.bib} ...

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Short answer, no. longer answer there are of course grammars for various subsets. One possible starting point would be the flex source of the tex grammar used by the tth system. It's not that accurate for modern real world latex files, but it will parse a core subset well enough (or at least it used to, I haven't tried it for a long time)/ ...

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