Semicolon - 218

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Semicolon.


The Semicolon is used to denote a longer pause than a comma signifies. Sometimes it marks emphasis.

Do not say I; say we.

Personal liberty; liberty of movement; liberty of religious belief; liberty to express your opinion, liberty of association: these are things no one may take from you.

# The Semicolon is frequently used in enumeration of particulars.

He worked hard; he was always truthful; he was never absent from duty; he always behaved as a gentleman should.

# In general, the Semicolon is used to separate longer groups of words which forms parts of a paragraph.

In whatever land you be, wherever a man is fighting for right, for justice, for truth, there is your brother; wherever a man suffers through the oppression of error, of injustice, of tyranny, there is your brother.

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