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Thread: Solved: Really REALLY Dumb Question

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    figuring it all out
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    May 2018

    Solved: Really REALLY Dumb Question

    I have written a line, and I'm not sure how to punctuate the last part. Do I use ";" make it a whole new sentence of its own, or keep the coma?

    Mr. Fodrey looked away, his arm motioned to wipe sweat from his brow. Cassidy had done what countless other lawyers had failed to do, make Mr. Fodrey nervous.

    This is in a new paragraph of its own after a dialogue paragraph for the Cassidy character. Next I plan on putting dialogue for the Mr. Fodrey character, but should I have it as a whole new paragraph or keep it in this one?
    Last edited by Sarahrizz; 06-20-2019 at 07:37 PM.

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