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    semicolon

    I'd like to know why there's a comma instead of a semicolon before "there" in this sentence:

    Look, Bargnani was awful in Portland and has been invisible too many times of late, there is no question about it.

    I would've put a semicolon before "there."

    Thanks.

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    Re: semicolon

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Look, Bargnani was awful in Portland and has been invisible too many times of late, there is no question about it.

    I would've put a semicolon before "there."
    So would I.

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    Re: semicolon

    Quote Originally Posted by corum View Post
    So would I.
    I agree.

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