Why does the New Yorker use diaeresis?

Asked by Gian Roberts

The New Yorker puts a diaeresis over the repeated vowel in words like cooperate to show that those two o’s are pronounced as two distinct vowels. This also applies to other words with repeated vowels like reelect.

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