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and (Posted on 2006-03-13) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Find a complete grammatical English sentence, ending with the word "and" (but not with the "and" in inverted commas).

What is the most consecutive "and"s you can find in a grammatical sentence.

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re(2): The coordinating conjunctions | Comment 12 of 26 |
(In reply to re: The coordinating conjunctions by Charlie)

I couldn't find your reference on page 1546.  I belive you are referring to page 1544:

The following are usually italicized in print and underlined in manuscript and typescript.

4.  Words, letters, and figures when referred to as such.
The g in align is silent.


This sentance ends with the word and: and.


DNA spelled backwards is and.


Words that can be used as conjunctions include but and and and or and so forth.

  Posted by Jer on 2006-03-13 13:52:27
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