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    and before an unnecessary clause

    In the following sentence, is the comma usage correct?

    She stumbled to the foyer and, through bleary eyes, peered through the pewter peephole; nothing unusual came into view.

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    Re: and before an unnecessary clause

    Hi denamarie

    They are OK.


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