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reviewed Reject Word for a person with a negative attitude
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comment Comma before “than” [What better way to celebrate.., than…]
If you're reading this out then you might want to have a comma to pace the sentence and build dramatic tension. What better way... (pause while crowd pays attention) ...to celebrate THIRTY YEARS of [club]... (crowd cheers) ...than with a WIN... (crowd cheers louder) ...against [RIVALS]! (crowd goes wild) I can't think of why else you'd want to insert a pause. You don't need one for clarity.
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revised A word for the meaning of “abuse of the authoritative/political power”
added 4 characters in body