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    Afit is offline Member
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    Re: I love Mona, NOT SUE.

    He was angry, furious"
    We can insert "nay", which is an overt indicator of apposition.

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    Re: I love Mona, NOT SUE.

    Yes, I see what you mean.

    Maybe today I won't be so lazy and will try to find that ridiculously long set of Shakespearean appositives.

    Oh, in the meantime, you might be amused to see my beginning efforts of teaching my course online.

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