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Syntactically Uprighteous Movement grows. Issue boiling (over)

Writer invokes memory of Miss Jane Sullivan, Miss Myrtie Sullivan to support grammar orthodoxy of Tine Reynolds. (Can anybody out there help my side out? If this epic battle is lost, if Terminal Prepositions are terminated? - EW)
Comments re article 58252 Syntactically Upright Montpelierite sends prayer (Up? Out?)

Betsy Sharp writes:
Anyone who was a student of two wonderful English teachers, Miss Jane Sullivan or Miss Myrtie Sullivan would understand why Tine Reynolds replied to the use of at where it shouldn't be. (at?) ,o) - Betsy Sharp
Comments re article 58252 Syntactically Upright Montpelierite sends prayer Up? Out?

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