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The idea behind the semicolon

1. Introduction

2. The purpose of the semicolon

Basic semicolon examples

3. They felt this way; I felt the opposite.

4. It was this; it was that.

5. Statement; explanation.

6. Effect; explanation.

7. Rule; explanation.

8. Action; feeling one way, and another.

9. Item, feature; item, feature.

10. Wrapping up

11. Conclusion

Wrapping up

12. Portfolio piece 1

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13. Portfolio piece 2

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14. Portfolio piece 3

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15. Portfolio piece 4

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