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Writing Tip of the Week
Like the semicolon, the colon joins in one sentence two ideas or elements that might
be expressed in separate sentences, strengthening the bond. The second elements
are often definitions, elaborations, or embellishments. Here’s an example from The
"The day after Super Tuesday"
He [Barack Obama] also snatched two prizes on the coast: tiny Delaware and, more
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