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How to use an independent structure to modify a sentence within a sentence?

After one year, I quit my job, said goodbye to my friends, went to Beijing to study philosophy, participating in a lot of classes given by professors, but never having been registered as a formal ...
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Is this sentence grammatically correct and suitable for formal writing? If so, what are the rules for omitting verbs?

"The side effects can and have occurred." The omitted verb is present tense(occur) but the written verb is past perfect(have occurred). If this sentence is grammatically correct, I have one more ...
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Usage of “Trainers having experienced working with XYZ organisation”

I am preparing a creative brochure for a workshop, where I need to mention our trainer's experience as "Our trainers have experience working with XYZ(elite organisation)". Could any one help me to get ...
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“Or”, or “to put it otherwise”, which one is better in this paragraph?

As Benvensite wrote, the linguistic structure of Greek created the predisposition for the notion “to be” to have a philosophical vocation. To put it otherwise, as I said, to assert solemnly, as ...
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A possible linking word for the following

I was asked to insert a link word in the following sentence of my report , but I couldn't think of one. The first prototype is the only model available so far, since the micro-controller at the ...