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Commas in Restrictive & Non-restrictive Clauses
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Words of Wisdom

re·dun·dan·cy (rî-dùn¹den-sê) noun ( pl. -cies) The state of being redundant. Examples: a unique, one-in-a-lifetime opportunity A.M. in the morning ask a question circulated around collaborate together with convicted felon evil villain exact replica income coming in protective armor repeat again readjust Rio Grande river SAT test still remains…

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Punctuating Restrictive and Non-Restrictive Modifiers

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