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However you look at it, these don't-start-a-sentence-with edicts are overly
simplistic, and they're inaccurate, too.
Stacey Kahn Washington, DC
SKahn -at- wb -dot- com
speaking for myself and not for my employers
Sue Luke <sue -dot- luke -at- MCCAW -dot- COM>:
> There's nothing "wrong" with starting a sentence with because!
> Or and! Or or! Or also! Or but! But how about however? That one
> I draw the line at.