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    I ended up with a big hole

    After many frustrated attempts. I ended up with a big hole in my pocket, but it was nothing compared to the hole it left in my pride. However, during these arduous years, time was my soothing healer. Any grammatical or punctuation flaws in these sentences?

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    Re: I ended up with a big hole

    The first phrase is not a sentence. Perhaps you meant to use a comma after 'attempts', and a full stop after 'pocket'.
    "Are there any grammatical ..."

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