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And Yet, But Yet: Pick a Coordinating Conjunction, Any Coordinating Conjunction

Colin Cowherd Radio Show, January 22, 2008, talking about Tony Dungy: His family lives in Tampa, but yet Tony Dungy is part of a family….     I have to admit that I didn’t actually hear the rest of the sentence. Once … Continue reading

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THAT’S Incredible; I’M Incredulous.

I’ve heard the word incredulous attributed to situations, as in That’s an incredulous story. The problem is that incredulous means skeptical or disbelieving, which is a human trait, not something that can be attributed to an inanimate object, a theory, … Continue reading

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