Mo-Tires was one of the very few cases that provide guidance for the Rogers comma
Similarly, one of the starnest edicts issued by modern usage pundits concerns the comma
splice, in which a comma
separates two independent clauses.
com/2013-03-07/news/37531757_1_fipb-air-asia-aviation-ministry-officials) report the presence of second comma
rescued the 800 million rupees ($15 million) joint venture between AirAsia and Tatas as the Foreign Investment Promotion Board's (FIPB) meeting held Wednesday approved the deal, interpreting the sentence, by giving weight to the 'comma
In a cursory examination of college textbooks, I found numerous instances of clausal coordination with a coordinator, but no comma
Another unique feature of Projetex that Dot Comma
Translations has also found very helpful is the ability to get a clear picture of business performance; the built-in project accounting module provides an excellent overview of each project's finances.
is a Note of distinction, between words in the same Sentence, when there follows something depending on what went before; as, I am perswaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angles, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, shall be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus (Price 1665: 37).
Tutors asked, "When starting a sentence, what is the minimum number of words in the opening that would require a comma
says that men are keen as ever to maintain their macho image, with a further 44 per cent preferring to risk injury by putting all their weight on a spanner to move it, and another six per cent kicking it before they ask for help.
We're taught that a comma
is a "pause" in a sentence, but in the verbless obituary convention, commas
can be very "final.
believes the study, the most comprehensive to date on the issue, supports the theory that poor brake fluid could be responsible for thousands of serious accidents every year.
BUSH, A PERIOD AND A COMMA
(The Japan Times, an English-language daily)
Three million copies have been sold worldwide, uniting a growing band of people who become irate at the sight of an errant comma