Colons

The most common use of the colon is to introduce a list. When using a colon to introduce a list, the colon must be preceded by an independent clause.

Example: I bought the following items at the grocery store: chicken, pork, beef, and ham.

Example: I bought these items at the grocery store: chicken, pork, beef, and ham.
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