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Referring specifically to The Chicago Manual of Style (17th ed.), 6.64, it says this: 6.64: Colons with “as follows” and other introductory phrases A colon is normally used after as follows, the following, and similar expressions.       The steps are as follows: first, make grooves for the seeds; second, sprinkle the seeds; third, push the earth ...


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