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    Governor Sara Palin and Senator Joe Biden will, more than likely, have a donnybrook tonight at the debate.

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    Default Re: Do I need commas in this sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Governor Sara Palin and Senator Joe Biden will, more than likely, have a donnybrook tonight at the debate.
    No, it would be better without them. The sentence is short and clear enough to not need them. But if you do use them, you have to keep the two, since "more than likely" is parenthetical.

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