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Subject:Re: The words "in addition" From:Nancy Smith <smithcds -at- ICI -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 20 Jul 1999 16:02:38 -0400
It sure beats a series of paragraphs that contain the word "Also!"
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> Subject: The words "in addition"
> I'm having a little problem today. In tech manuals, etc., is it
> wrong or improper to use the words "In addition, you can .... ".
> At any rate, its my quitting time....and its been a hard one!