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  1. heavylee
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    Punctuation

    I am having difficulty punctuating the following sentence

    Such documents shall include, but not be limited to, all: contracts, proposals, bids, business records, financial data, bank records, personnel records, and correspondence to, from and with any, contractor engineer, designer, architect, materials supplier, or other party involved in any phase of the planning, procurement, financing, and construction of "Phase 1 - T-Hangar Construction.".

    Is this correct, or is there a clearer way? Specifically, after "any" and before "contractor"?


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    #2

    Re: Punctuation

    Omit all in red.
    Add the comma in blue.

    Such documents shall include, but not be limited to, all: contracts, proposals, bids, business records, financial data, bank records, personnel records, and correspondence to, from and with any, contractor, engineer, designer, architect, materials supplier, or other party involved in any phase of the planning, procurement, financing, and construction of "Phase 1 - T-Hangar Construction."

    Shouldn't it be "...financing and/or construction of..."
    Last edited by Excalibur; 05-Nov-2009 at 18:20.

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