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    Holding a glass of red wine

    I am wondering if my sentences are grammatically correct?

    Holding a glass of red wine, Kate opened the French windows and stepped into the garden. The summer night was starry and quiet; the silence broken only by an ambulance siren.

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    Re: Holding a glass of red wine

    The semicolon should be a comma.

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