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The Printer's Manual: A Practical Guide for Compositors and Pressmen - Page 10
by Thomas Lynch - 1872 - 226 pages
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Modern Punctuation: Its Utilities and Conventions

George Summey - English language - 1919 - 265 pages
...as good writing in some accounts of punctuation, the semicolons are felt as being stiff and formal: Philosophers assert, that Nature is unlimited in her...future generations will continue to make discoveries. But the effect of the pointing is difficult to distinguish from the effect of the formal wording. In...
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The Standard Dictionary of Facts: History, Language, Literature, Biography ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1922 - 908 pages
...depend on a commencing or concluding portion of the sentence, they should be separated by a semicolon: Philosophers assert, that nature is unlimited in her...she has inexhaustible treasures in reserve; that, etc. Also in such a sentence as, If we think of glory in the field ; of wisdom in the cabinet; of the...
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An Elementary Grammar of the English Language: For the Use of Schools

Thomas Wadleigh Harvey - English language - 1869 - 160 pages
...members of compound sentences, if the connective is omitted, or if their parts are separated by commas. operations; that she has inexhaustible treasures in...discoveries, of which we have not the least idea. 100. The Colon. The Colon denotes a degree of separation greater than that indicated by the semicolon....
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The Young Woman's Journal, Volume 3

Mormons - 1891
...semi-colon. THE USE OF THE SEMI-COLON. One of the best examples of its use is the following sentence, "Philosophers assert that nature is unlimited in her...future generations will continue to make discoveries." When several sentences follow each other without any grammatical dependence, but are connected in meaning,...
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The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Volume 19

English philology - 1920
...proving dead rules by dead specimens, the student is too often confronted with such sentences as these: "Philosophers assert, that Nature is unlimited in...operations; that she has inexhaustible treasures in reserve; and that knowledge will always be progressive;" or "He was courteous, not cringing, to superiors; affable,...
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The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Volume 19

English philology - 1920
...proving dead rules by dead specimens, the student is too often confronted with such sentences as these: "Philosophers assert, that Nature is unlimited in...operations; that she has inexhaustible treasures in reserve; and that knowledge will always be progressive;" or "He was courteous, not cringing, to superiors; affable,...
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