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Use a semicolon between two independent clauses of a compound sentence when they are not joined by a coordinate conjunction.
My day will come; that's when I'll strike it rich.
Use a semicolon to separate phrases or clauses of equal rank which contain commas. The semicolon in such sentences brings clarity of meaning.
There are a lot people in this house like Flopson and Miller, the servants; Startop, Mr. Pocket's student; and all of the little children.
The Aged is deaf; nevertheless, he is still very energetic.
Use a semicolon before a conjunctive adverb that introduces a clause in a compound sentence.
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