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> You are referring to the distinction between restrictive
> (or defining) clauses and non-restrictive (non-defining)
> clauses. This distinction is widely covered in style guides
> and grammar handbooks.
Yes, but............ see you over on CE-L. We've worn this
out in the generalist Techwr-L.
CE-L-ulites will relish the picky details and likely
express them more succinctly than either you or I would do.