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    Is the conjunction 'and' warranted when using 'dual'?

    As in (and I do apologize for using a sentence fragment as an example), "A physician and dual author"?
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    Re: Is the conjunction 'and' warranted when using 'dual'?

    To me this usage of dual is not quite natural. I prefer "author of two books."

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