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Of course there will be idosyncratic exceptions to the rule, such as that of
"ham and eggs" or "tea and cakes," and had "tea and cakes" been asked about,
of course nobody would say it was wrong because it wasn't parallel. So why
did you write that? Do you disagree with the general rule of parallelism?
I don't think that parallelism is necessarily called for in this case. It is
entirely possible (and not idiosyncratic at all) to make multiple analyses
and then have one discussion about all of them.
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