Containment and predictability are always set off against amorphousness and the unexpected. Explanation: Our pediatrician is still a relatively precise identifier so André Wilson is not considered essential. The arbitrator so selected shall then diligently conduct an arbitration proceeding, and the decision of the arbitrator shall be final and conclusive upon the parties hereto. Upwardly mobile types set off for hikes up mountains in exotic locals. The Federated Bank, which was founded nearly two centuries ago, folded during the state's economic crisis.
When I set off for work this morning, I forgot to take into account the strong northerly winds, and took my brolly instead of a waterproof. He lifted his pack onto his shoulders, and set off down the trail. Empire will be hate-watched and may set off some conversations on its way from fading from our minds. Show More Sentences In January 1949, in a very weak condition, he set off for a sanatorium at Cranham, Gloucestershire, escorted by Richard Rees. Fortified by a twice-baked Goats cheese souffle and a wine that was fresh, crisp and fruity, I set off for my final rendezvous with his holiness.
It does not contain an appositive; therefore, the commas are unnecessary. Upon written notice to Seller specifying in reasonable detail the basis for such set-off, Purchaser may set off any amount to which it may be entitled under this Article 9 against the Deferred Payments. We set off in an open cart drawn by four whip-scarred little oxen and piled high with equipment and provisions. Use this to place a lot of emphasis on the noun. And so given the embarrassed financial condition of his mother, Handel set off for Hamburg to obtain experience while supporting himself. During the siege he set off a fire extinguisher and told the police he had accelerants.
Any party unable or unwilling to so strike a name within the period required shall forfeit its right to participate in the selection of the arbitrator. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing. Clad in thermal underwear, a drysuit, flippers and gloves, and wearing weights on her legs and belt, she set off at midnight. This kind of absolute phrase can take the form of a prepositional phrase, an adjective phrase, or a noun phrase. The colon sets off your information, making it easy to sort. This is probably the toughest of your three examples to answer and I suspect this will result in the most differing opinions. British grammarians will make this same distinction by referring to clauses with the terms defining and non-defining.
After he collided with a stone central reservation in Petergate, he struck a police Transit van, reversed the car and set off at speed towards Cheapside. I should have twigged that it was going to be an exciting ride after the driver twice started to set off, whilst my wife and friend were getting in the car. Review the section on for additional help in determining whether relative clauses are restrictive or nonrestrictive parenthetical or not and whether commas should be used to set them off from the rest of the sentence. If it is a difference in these sentences or should be difference in logic, describing a structure of these two sentences, please let me know. After a hurried lunch of brown beans doused in tahini with salad and chips, we set off. He knew what people said about him.
We were running up and down shouting and calling, pulling at gates, knocking on metal fences, even trying to short-circuit electric fences to set off alarms. He partook of a leisurely breakfast, and set off to the sound of church bells in the clear air. He is a good, but strict teacher. When the attack ceased they managed to cannibalize parts to get one truck going and set off for the rendezvous with Fraser, only to find nobody there. Pink daffodils are set off to perfection by perennials with foliage in supporting colors. Although some writers would follow the question mark with a comma in your sentence, most editors would drop the comma and go with just the question mark. Therefore, it should be preceded by a comma.
Does that need restrictive treatment without commas or with commas? But I can remember the days when a smile, a wink of the eye or an arch of the eyebrow set off the whole shooting match and a light fire would run beneath my skin. Notice that other phrases, especially prepositional phrases, are frequently part of the gerund phrase. Some people only use them when they are necessary for clarity. Then the group set off up the narrow winding lane to the main road and the lay-by. Within a submenu, use escape to move to top level menu parent. The coin landed tails, the outback was their destination and the pair set off in a T model Ford, nicknamed Henrietta. By accepting these Restricted Share Units, Awardee consents to a deduction from, and set-off against, any amounts owed to Awardee by any member of the Cardinal Group from time to time including, but not limited to, amounts owed to Awardee as wages, severance payments or other fringe benefits to the extent of the amounts owed to the Cardinal Group by Awardee under this Agreement.
He rapped the blade against the window and demanded she get out but she set off the car alarm before driving away. My little sister Ella will escort you to your seat. In retrospect, I wish I'd got someone at the other end of the room to call me when he set off. Based on shaky historical precedent, the rule itself is a latecomer to the rules of writing. This enhancement allows Department Managers to automatically approve new item requisition requests within Department requisitions: this includes the use of separate menu requests and, when approved, the addition of auto numbering new item request when added to the Item Master.
By accepting this Agreement, Executive consents to a deduction from any amounts Employer owes Executive from time to time including amounts owed to Executive as wages or other compensation, fringe benefits, or vacation pay, as well as any other amounts owed to Executive by Employer , to the extent of the amounts Executive owes to Employer. To quote a full sentence or more, lead with a colon. The ouster of President Hosni Mubarak will not set off a domino effect in the region, Parag Khanna says. Armed with the map, Richard and a young French couple he has met set off to find the beach. So the first sentence:An above average student and talented musician John made his family proud. Show More Sentences My reacquaintance with the new Hyundai Elantra got off to a bad start when the first thing I did was set off the car alarm. Shortly after they set off, Rhodes pulled into a rest area to sleep.