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My opinion is that there are two possible cases. Bullets may be used as part of a sentence or paragraph, in which case regular capitalization and grammar rules apples. Bullets may be used as a sort of Graphic Communication (eg. in a Presentation) - in which case anything goes For example, under case one, I might list an apple, a banana, and a ...


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Riggs (2011) argues that tuition prices can be explained by the basic principles of supply and demand and perceived quality. Riggs (2011) argues that tuition prices can be explained by the basic principles of supply and demand on the one hand and perceived quality on the other. Riggs (2011) argues that tuition prices can be explained by two factors: ...


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You just answered your own question in that comment, pretty much. The 'perceived quality' feeling detatched from the 'basic principles' is simply because these 'basic principles' only refer to supply and demand. Essentially, the basic principles of supply and demand is the first item in the list, and perceived quality is the second. It looks clunky, but ...


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Here's a quick summary of the responses already offered in several excellent comments to this question. "We were best-friends through elementary, middle, and high school." This sentence is unambiguous and almost flawlessly punctuated as written. The only change I'd make is to drop the hyphen from "best-friends" and treat best and friends as separate ...


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Put the pairings in a table, or bulletted list.



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