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    " As your days, " versus " as your days, "

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    Deuteronomy 33:25


    " As your days, so shall your strength be."

    " as your days, so shall your strength be."


    Can I start this verse or any other statement preceded by ellipsis with an upper case letter? I want to make it a rule. By the way, I noticed that after ellipsis native speakers using either way. Is it a style?


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    Re: " As your days, " versus " as your days, "

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    Can I start this verse or any other statement preceded by ellipsis with an upper case letter?
    No. You have indicated that 'as' is not the first word of a sentence.

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