From: Jim.Hyslop (Jim.Hyslop_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-03 13:13:07
David B. Held [mailto:dheld_at_[hidden]] wrote:
> Do you mean the year and the comma?
I think he meant the word "is" and the comma.
> [...] I think it's acceptable form to not include a comma
> before the conjunction in a list.
Well, as I recall from grade 3 [mumble] years ago, I was taught that the
comma is optional, but preferred. I don't think anyone is going to argue
strongly either way, and in any case I don't believe it will affect the
legal interpretation of the clause (IANL).
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