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Comma at the Beginning of Sentences | The Editor's Blog
“While commas follow most of these transitions, you can skip the commas with single-word adverbs of time.

“• Today he has plans to meet the detective. Tomorrow he’ll go after Junior.

“• Now you see it, now you don’t.

“• First you’ll need two hammers. Then you’ll need two aspirin.”
commas  then  chicago  editing  copyediting  2019 
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