You will notice that there is a comma following the last item in the list, and before the word, “and.” This is a construction known as “the Oxford Comma.” Its use has its proponents and its detractors. I was taught to use it. Use whichever style is favored by those for whom you are writing.
JOHNSON, Eleanor (nee Powzun) March 20, 1944 April 20, 2012 After a very brief but courageous battle with cancer mom passed away with her family by her side. Mom will be deeply missed and her memory cherished by her loving husband, Barney and by her children, Cheryl (Blair), Raymond (Leona) and Russell (Wendy), and by her grandchildren, Saveja, Monique, Kaela, Amanda, Scott and Riley. She also leaves to mourn, her sister, Betty Both and her brother, Brian Powzun.
Chizmar, 52, is one of the world’s best known producers of horror fiction journalism and film. Chizmar’s story began at Edgewood High, where he was a member of the 1983 Ram state champion lacrosse team, garnering the Most Improved Player award. He was also a member of the National Honor Society.
This articles discusses some of the challenges facing divorcing couples and suggests several options for dealing with real property, stocks, pension accounts and other assets. Read More Words: 1267A growing number of states are adopting laws creating collaborative divorce procedures designed to minimize the conflict and stress inherent in traditional divorce methods. Collaborative divorce is a form of alternative dispute resolution in which spouses and their attorneys strive to resolve issues through teamwork and cooperation rather than as adversaries.
Designing the Buddha Head, to some people, means to drive into a further and deeper state of meditation, it means having a more peaceful mind. However, remember, every person it is different, and every tattoo it is different even though it may resemble the same. This comes as the matter of fact that every single tattoo, no matter how much similar to another, carries a different meaning for the person who has it, and for the others who know this person.
Of all the pregnancy taboos I’ve heard in my 34 weeks of this surreal, at times ache inducing, but ultimately incredible state, caffeine has caused me the greatest chagrin. Strangers in line at Coffee Central offered helpfully: “You’ll get decaf, of course.” My four year old nephew looked at a cup of tea in my hands, his brow furrowed with reproach: “But you’re pregnant!” My obstetrician gynecologist drew the line at one or two coffees a day. My personal literature review allowed me a more nuanced approach in which I count milligrams of caffeine per day, adjusting for my hydration level and professional obligations..