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From: bob gillis <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Sentence Help
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 11:06:09 -0500
References: <CHEMKKAJHOKJPIEOPLKDGEGEDBAA.clcasper@sprynet.com>


Cheri Casper wrote:
>
> Myrnice - I don't understand what the problem is, then. However, with the
> following sentence construct: [P]<[PAR]> was born <[D]> <in [L]>, this is
> the result: MARY ELIZABETH PENNINGTON , daughter of SAULSBURY PENNINGTON
> and ELIZA A. STEWART, was born in 1848 in Indiana. It doesn't matter how
> you space or do not space the [P] variable in relationship to the [PAR]
> variable, you still get a space *before* the comma which sets off the name
> from the appositional phrase. This is very first sentence for this person
> when an IN is generated. I guess I didn't understand the original problem,
> but my particular problem is this persistent and unwanted space before the
> parental phrase. If you know of some magic way to make it disappear, I am
> all ears.
>

Just do a search and replace in your word processor on space comma and
replace iwth comma.

bob gillis


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