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From: John <>
Subject: [APG] Punctuation
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2007 07:11:42 -0600
What confuses me most about this whole conversation, and which I don't
believe anyone has yet mentioned, is the undeniable fact that the
three words, "The children were," can form a complete sentence. A
very existential sentence, yes, but a complete sentence, nonetheless.
The children thought, therefore, the children were:
Doesn't this fit the requirements of the style book?
I am: John Newmark.