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  • Answer: There are rules for colon use. For example, in English you should use a colon following a complete sentence to introduce a list of items when no introductory word or phrase appears, or to introduce a direct quote of more than 3 lines, etc. There are other rules for the proper use of colons. Any good grammar book for the language of your choice will list them.
  • Answer: colon hyphen P, aka :-P is basically a funny face sideways. The colon are the eyes, the hyphen is the nose and the P is the mouth with its tongue sticking out.
  • Answer: NO WAY NOT YET
  • Answer: He is the man who discovered that the yasiel species of animals had colons.
  • Answer: At the end of the statement.  Buy these at the store:
  • Answer: A tortuous colon is one that is longer than the usual colon and has one or more extra loops to it. It usually is not serious unless the bowel becomes twisted (volvulus). It does NOT lead to cancer or mean that one is pre-disposed to develop cancer. This condition may sometimes make having a colonoscopy difficult and in extreme cases may prevent the practitioner who is performing the colonoscopy from being able to examine the entire colon.If you are having bowel symptoms always tell your physician and let her/him decide the next step.
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  • Answer: mickael colons father hes famous by mickael colon
  • Answer: The act of O.P. Double G lining up behind someone (generally a male), and just railing the hell out of him until he either starts bleeding or runs....wait, scratch the bleeding part. He actually likes that for extra lubrication based on the tightness of his subjects which are generally aged to about 14 years and much cheaper than a wine of similar years.
  • Answer: Eating black foods. Black licorice and black jelly beans are the 2 main black-colored foods that have been known to dye the colon black...
  • Answer: There some ways in which a person may improve the condition oftheir colon. These people can seek regular doctors visits and eathealthier for example.
  • Answer: Well, what is advised is that you sit on the toilet in a semi squat that resembles the foetal position as this is the original nature of how the colon is shaped. It is also quintessential that you eat foods high in fibre that can account for the erase of dead tissue in the bowels.
  • Answer: The function of human colon in the process of digestion is absorb or extract water and salt from the solid wastes before they are transformed into excrement of feces and expelled through the anus during defecation. The transverse colon does just that.
  • Answer: A semicolon is used:
    a) When two complete sentences are too closely connected to be separated by a full stop but do not make sense if they are put in one sentence. E.g: "It was the best of times; it was the worst of times."
    b) When a list is compiled and the items are several words long. (When the items in the list are only one word long each, commas are used instead). E.g: (instead of bread, butter, eggs, milk.) White French baguette; soft whipped butter; organic English eggs; one pint of semi- skimmed milk.
    Hope that helps :) x

    Different answer: A semicolon is more important than a comma and less important than a period. You should always defer to periods and commas if possible.

    There is no reason not to use commas in the example above using multi-words such as soft whipped butter. Commas will do fine. They separate the sections of the sentence.

    If you use other punctuation in the sentence then semicolons can divide up those sections. That would probably be the most common usage. Such as: The recipe uses soft whipped butter, salt, and green tapioca in the first addition; apples, oranges, and purple honeydew in the second addition; and Limburger cheese, tomatoes, and fuzzy peaches in the last addition.

    My old Macmillan Handbook of English has three uses for a semicolon:
    1. A semicolon is used between the co-ordinate clauses of a compound sentence when they are not joined by one of the co-ordinating conjunctions.
    2. A semicolon is used between the co-ordinate clauses of a compound sentence with one of the following conjunctive adverbs: therefore, however, hence, accordingly, furthermore, nevertheless, and consequently.
    3. A semicolon is used between the clauses of a compound sentence joined by a co-ordinating conjunction when the clauses are long and when they contain other punctuation, or when a more distinct pause than the comma would give is desirable.

    Chief co-ordinating conjuctions are: and, for, but, or, nor, yet.

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  • no he doesn`t...he`s single

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