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    As such - in this case

    Hello all users!

    There is more than one way to do a liver detox. As such, it is easy for innovators to call an effective, ineffective or potentially hazardous regimen a valid detox plan.

    Shouldn't "as such" be replaced by "that is why"?.

    What do you think?

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    Last edited by JACEK1; 19-Mar-2017 at 15:15.

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    Re: As such - in this case

    If you click on Edit Post, highlight all the text, and click on "Remove Formatting" (the second button in the toolbar), it will enlarge the font to make it readable. Then please add the missing spaces that have occurred in the pasting process, and add the missing question mark.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #3

    Re: As such - in this case

    It works. What about my question? Could you express your opinion?

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    Re: As such - in this case

    Quote Originally Posted by JACEK1 View Post
    There ismore than one way to do a liver detox. As such, it is easy for innovators tocall an effective, ineffective or potentially hazardous regimen a valid detoxplan.
    When you finish correcting the post by adding those missing spaces, I'm sure we'll take a look at the question.
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    #5

    Re: As such - in this case

    I am sorry but there is nothing I can do about my PC being unresponsive.

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    #6

    Re: As such - in this case

    I have done it at long last. I have corrected my first post.

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    Re: As such - in this case

    Quote Originally Posted by JACEK1 View Post
    There is more than one way to do a liver detox. As such, it is easy for innovators to call an effective, ineffective or potentially hazardous regimen a valid detox plan.

    Shouldn't "as such" be replaced by "that is why"? [no period here]


    What do you think?
    I agree. The text needs a vocabulary detox.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: As such - in this case

    Is it an answer to my question or to my comments on my PC's irresponsible behaviour?

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    Re: As such - in this case

    If it were a comment on your post about your PC, GoesStation would have quoted the post about your PC, not the one that was actually quoted.
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    Re: As such - in this case

    I was not sure. I cannot generate this emoticon.

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