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[51] Similar errors may be committed in connexion with the various kinds of pronouns, interjections and prepositions. It is also a solecism1 if there is a disagreement between what precedes and what follows within the limits of a single clause.

1 The meaning of this passage is uncertain, but the solecism in question is probably an anacoluthon.

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