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07 Sep 2007, 11:02
What is the diference between these two?

1 In her book illustrations, Harriet Potter carefully coordinated with her narratives.
2 Harriet Potter, In her book illustrations, carefully coordinated with her narratives.
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07 Sep 2007, 11:15
bmwhype2 wrote:
What is the diference between these two?

1 In her book illustrations, Harriet Potter carefully coordinated with her narratives.
2 Harriet Potter, In her book illustrations, carefully coordinated with her narratives.

Emphasis?

In first it is 'her book' that matters most
in second it is Harriet Potter who matters most
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07 Sep 2007, 11:18
bmwhype2 wrote:
What is the diference between these two?

1 In her book illustrations, Harriet Potter carefully coordinated with her narratives.
2 Harriet Potter, In her book illustrations, carefully coordinated with her narratives.

same to me.
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