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    #1

    for example e.g.

    The abbreviation for example is e.g.

    Is there a common after e.g. or just a period.

    Example: (e.g. phones, iPods, MP3s, etc) or (e.g., phones, iPods, MP3s, etc).

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    #2

    Re: for example e.g.

    You don't need the comma after eg.


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    #3

    Re: for example e.g.

    bhaisahab,

    What does "N.B." stand for when people write it at the end of a writing to add additional comments or points? What is the complete word for "N.B." Thank you

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    #4

    Re: for example e.g.

    It stands for 'Nota Bene' which is latin and means 'take good note of', it is used to draw attention to something in the text.

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