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Well Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

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Uniquely Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

György Chityil - George
Undoubtedly Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

György Chityil - George
Thus Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

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Therefore Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

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Thereafter Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

György Chityil - George
Then Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

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That is Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

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Still Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

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Subsequently Start of sentence

A Conjunctive Adverb must be followed by a comma if you position it at the beginning of the sentence to indicate result, concession, apposition, addition, time, contrast, summary, or reinforcement.

György Chityil - George