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Thanks, Kyung and Victoria.
I wouldn't put anything between would be and they.
I like dashes, too. I think it looks great like that, Kyung.
As far as the other one, Janiece, I personally like the colon for those. Some people don't like them. I'd guess that Ms. Wakeman Wells would say the sentence can be written without any punctuation between "would" and "be."
I like dahses.
And for every one of those defendants that I've identified, all those various categories -- insured, uninsured, under a reservation to later deny or fully indemnify -- you owe those defendants the exact same duty; isn't that correct?
How about this one?
Q. And for every one of those defendants that I've identified, all those various categories: insured, uninsured, under a reservation to later deny or fully indemnify, you owe those defendants the exact same duty; isn't that correct?
Is this punctuated correctly? My question is mainly "would be: They reserve," do I need a colon at that spot? I'm not sure how to handle.TIA
Q. Is that -- another way to say that would be: They reserve the right to later deny indemnity for -- to that insured; would that be true?
You got it!
Don't work too much. Take some time to enjoy your weekend. :)
Thanks, Victoria! :-)
Perfect as is.
What is the correct way to punctuate this? My real question is after the quote starting with "and then". TIA He used his head to point toward the pictures that were in Detective Strong's folder and said, "Is that the reason you're here?" and then began to make comments about the female wanting to be hit.
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