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The Semicolon

The semicolon (;) has only one major use. It is used to join two
complete
sentences into a single written sentence when all of the following conditions are
met:

(1) The two sentences are felt to be too closely related to be separated by
a full stop;

(2) There is no connecting word which would require a comma, such as
or ;

(3) The special conditions requiring a colon are absent.

Here is a famous example:

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.

A semicolon can always, in principle, be replaced either by a full stop (yielding
two separate sentences) or by the word (possibly preceded by a joining
comma
). Thus Dickens might have written:

It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. or

It was the best of times, and it was the worst of times.

The use of the semicolon suggests that the writer sees the two smaller
sentences as being more closely related than the average two consecutive
sentences; preferring the semicolon to often gives a more vivid sense of the
relation between the two. But observe carefully: the semicolon must be both
preceded by a complete sentence and followed by a complete sentence. Do not
use the semicolon otherwise:

*I don’t like him; not at all.

*In 1991 the music world was shaken by a tragic event; the death of
Freddy Mercury.

*We’ve had streams of books on chaos theory; no fewer than twelve
since 1988.

*After a long and bitter struggle; Derrida was awarded an honorary
degree by Cambridge University.

These are all wrong, since the semicolon does not separate complete sentences.
(The first and last of these should have only a bracketing comma, while the
second and third meet the requirements for a colon and should have one.) Here
are some further examples of correct use:

Tolkien published in 1937; the first volume of followed in 1954.

The Cabernet Sauvignon grape predominates in the Bordeaux region;
Pinot Noir holds sway in Burgundy; Syrah is largely confined to
the Rhone valley.

Women’s conversation is cooperative; men’s is competitive.

If a suitable connecting word is used, then a joining comma is required, rather
than a semicolon:

Women’s conversation is cooperative, while men’s is competitive.

A semicolon would be impossible in the last example, since the sequence after
the comma is not a complete sentence.

Note, however, that certain connecting words do require a preceding
semicolon. Chief among these are , ,
, ,
, and :

Saturn was long thought to be the only ringed planet; however, this is
now known not to be the case.

The two warring sides have refused to withdraw from the airport;
consequently aid flights have had to be suspended.

Observe that in these examples the sequence after the semicolon does constitute
a complete sentence. And note particularly that the word must be
separated by a semicolon (or a full stop) from a preceding complete sentence;
this is a very common mistake.

There is one special circumstance in which a semicolon may be used to
separate sequences which are not complete sentences. This occurs when a
sentence has become so long and so full of commas that the reader can hardly
be expected to follow it without some special marking. In this case, we
sometimes find semicolons used instead of commas to mark the most important
breaks in the sentence: such semicolons are effectively being used to mark
places where the reader can pause to catch his breath. Consider the following
example:

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In Somalia, where the civil war still rages, western aid workers, in spite
of frantic efforts, are unable to operate, and the people, starving,
terrified and desperate, are flooding into neighbouring Ethiopia.

This sentence is perfectly punctuated, but the number of commas is somewhat
alarming. In such a case, the comma marking the major break in the sentence
may be replaced by a semicolon:

In Somalia, where the civil war still rages, western aid workers, in spite
of frantic efforts, are unable to operate; and the people, starving,
terrified and desperate, are flooding into neighbouring Ethiopia.

Such use of the semicolon as a kind of “super-comma” is not very
appealing, and you should do your best to avoid it. If you find one of your
sentences becoming dangerously long and full of commas, it is usually better to
start over and rewrite it, perhaps as two separate sentences:

In Somalia, where the civil war still rages, western aid workers, in spite
of frantic efforts, are unable to operate. Meanwhile the people,
starving, terrified and desperate, are flooding into neighbouring
Ethiopia.

In any case, don’t get into the habit of using a semicolon (or anything
else) merely to mark a breathing space. Your reader will be perfectly capable of
doing his own breathing, providing your sentence is well punctuated;
punctuation is an aid to understanding, not to respiration.

Copyright © Larry Trask, 1997

[Update] The Semicolon : The Colon and the Semicolon | semicolon – NATAVIGUIDES

The Semicolon

The semicolon (;) has only one major use. It is used to join two
complete
sentences into a single written sentence when all of the following conditions are
met:

(1) The two sentences are felt to be too closely related to be separated by
a full stop;

(2) There is no connecting word which would require a comma, such as
or ;

(3) The special conditions requiring a colon are absent.

Here is a famous example:

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.

A semicolon can always, in principle, be replaced either by a full stop (yielding
two separate sentences) or by the word (possibly preceded by a joining
comma
). Thus Dickens might have written:

It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. or

It was the best of times, and it was the worst of times.

The use of the semicolon suggests that the writer sees the two smaller
sentences as being more closely related than the average two consecutive
sentences; preferring the semicolon to often gives a more vivid sense of the
relation between the two. But observe carefully: the semicolon must be both
preceded by a complete sentence and followed by a complete sentence. Do not
use the semicolon otherwise:

*I don’t like him; not at all.

*In 1991 the music world was shaken by a tragic event; the death of
Freddy Mercury.

*We’ve had streams of books on chaos theory; no fewer than twelve
since 1988.

*After a long and bitter struggle; Derrida was awarded an honorary
degree by Cambridge University.

These are all wrong, since the semicolon does not separate complete sentences.
(The first and last of these should have only a bracketing comma, while the
second and third meet the requirements for a colon and should have one.) Here
are some further examples of correct use:

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Tolkien published in 1937; the first volume of followed in 1954.

The Cabernet Sauvignon grape predominates in the Bordeaux region;
Pinot Noir holds sway in Burgundy; Syrah is largely confined to
the Rhone valley.

Women’s conversation is cooperative; men’s is competitive.

If a suitable connecting word is used, then a joining comma is required, rather
than a semicolon:

Women’s conversation is cooperative, while men’s is competitive.

A semicolon would be impossible in the last example, since the sequence after
the comma is not a complete sentence.

Note, however, that certain connecting words do require a preceding
semicolon. Chief among these are , ,
, ,
, and :

Saturn was long thought to be the only ringed planet; however, this is
now known not to be the case.

The two warring sides have refused to withdraw from the airport;
consequently aid flights have had to be suspended.

Observe that in these examples the sequence after the semicolon does constitute
a complete sentence. And note particularly that the word must be
separated by a semicolon (or a full stop) from a preceding complete sentence;
this is a very common mistake.

There is one special circumstance in which a semicolon may be used to
separate sequences which are not complete sentences. This occurs when a
sentence has become so long and so full of commas that the reader can hardly
be expected to follow it without some special marking. In this case, we
sometimes find semicolons used instead of commas to mark the most important
breaks in the sentence: such semicolons are effectively being used to mark
places where the reader can pause to catch his breath. Consider the following
example:

In Somalia, where the civil war still rages, western aid workers, in spite
of frantic efforts, are unable to operate, and the people, starving,
terrified and desperate, are flooding into neighbouring Ethiopia.

This sentence is perfectly punctuated, but the number of commas is somewhat
alarming. In such a case, the comma marking the major break in the sentence
may be replaced by a semicolon:

In Somalia, where the civil war still rages, western aid workers, in spite
of frantic efforts, are unable to operate; and the people, starving,
terrified and desperate, are flooding into neighbouring Ethiopia.

Such use of the semicolon as a kind of “super-comma” is not very
appealing, and you should do your best to avoid it. If you find one of your
sentences becoming dangerously long and full of commas, it is usually better to
start over and rewrite it, perhaps as two separate sentences:

In Somalia, where the civil war still rages, western aid workers, in spite
of frantic efforts, are unable to operate. Meanwhile the people,
starving, terrified and desperate, are flooding into neighbouring
Ethiopia.

In any case, don’t get into the habit of using a semicolon (or anything
else) merely to mark a breathing space. Your reader will be perfectly capable of
doing his own breathing, providing your sentence is well punctuated;
punctuation is an aid to understanding, not to respiration.

Copyright © Larry Trask, 1997


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SEVENTEEN Special Album ‘; [Semicolon] p a r t 1-3


SEVENTEEN Special Album ‘; [Semicolon]’
이 발매되었습니다. 캐럿 여러분의 많은 사랑 부탁드립니다.
SEVENTEEN Special Album ‘; [Semicolon] p a r t 46
https://youtu.be/0WXKcc3XU
SEVENTEEN 세븐틴
Semicolon 세미콜론
HOME_RUN
세븐틴의_청춘_홈런_또_홈런

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Semicolon (feat. Solange) – LYRICS VIDEO


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SEVENTEEN (세븐틴) ‘HOME;RUN’ Official MV


SEVENTEEN (세븐틴) ‘HOME;RUN’ Official MV
세븐틴의 이번 앨범 ‘; [Semicolon]’은 미니 7집 ‘헹가래’를 통해 이야기한 ‘청춘’을 향한 응원의 메시지를 다시금 공유하면서 한 발짝 더 나아가 쉼 없이 달리는 청춘에게 ‘잠깐 쉬어가며 청춘의 향연을 즐기자’라는 더욱 성숙한 긍정의 메시지를 전하는 앨범이다.
현 시대를 살아가며 고군분투 하고 있는 청춘들에게 잠시나마 ‘숨 고를 시간’, ‘함께 웃으며 즐길 수 있는 시간’을 문장을 잠시 끊었다가 이어서 설명을 계속할 때 쓰이는 문장 부호인 ‘Semicolon(세미콜론)’ 에 비유, 동시대 청춘으로 살아가는 “세븐틴” 그들의 공감을 전하는 메시지를 앨범에 가득 담아내어 청춘들을 어루만질 따뜻한 위로와 응원, 공감을 주는 희망의 외침을 전한다.
타이틀곡 ‘HOME;RUN’은 스윙 장르 기반의 레트로한 사운드가 돋보이는 곡으로 경쾌하고 타격감 넘치는 사운드로 ‘HOME RUN’이라는 표현이 지닌 짜릿함을 표현하였고, 무한한 성장을 지닌 청춘에게 힘찬 응원과 위로의 목소리를 선사한다.
SEVENTEEN’s new album ‘; [Semicolon]’ is an album where they share the encouraging message for the ‘youth’ like they did in their 7th mini album ‘Heng:garæ’ and also the positive message that ‘we should all take a break and enjoy the youth’ with the youth that are running towards their goals without any breaks.
‘Semicolon,’ which is a punctuation mark used when you pause a sentence and then resume again, is used as a metaphor to portray the ‘time to take a breath’ and ‘time to laugh and enjoy together.’ “SEVENTEEN,” as the youth who are living in the same time period as the other youth who are fighting alone and struggling through their lives, uses this metaphor to convey their hopeful and empathic message through the album to comfort and cheer for the youth.
The title song ‘HOME;RUN’ is a song based on swing genre where the retrolike sound stands out, and it portrays the excitement that the phrase ‘HOME RUN’ conveys with cheerful and rhythmical sound. It conveys powerful support and comfort to the youth with limitless potentials.
SEVENTEEN 세븐틴
Semicolon 세미콜론
HOME_RUN
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SEVENTEEN Official Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/seventeennews
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SEVENTEEN Official Instagram : http://www.instagram.com/saythename_17
SEVENTEEN Official Fancafe : http://cafe.daum.net/pledis17
SEVENTEEN Official Weverse : https://www.weverse.io/seventeen
ⓒ Pledis Entertainment. All Rights Reserved

SEVENTEEN (세븐틴) 'HOME;RUN' Official MV

Semicolon – schwuler Kurzfilm


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Regie, Kamera, Schnitt, Buch, VFX: Pascal Mörchen
Hauptrolle Timo: Christoph Stuhlmann
Hauptrolle Chris: Philipp Wieser
Nebenrollen: Lisa Brockhoff, Florian Teiss, Han Nguyen, Sammy Geis, Lukas Prangenberg, Martin Wolkner, Jürgen Rausch
Musik: Can Armann
Herzlichen Dank an das Autohaus Bichmann aus Menden für die Unterstützung.

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