How did President Nixon leave office? A. He finished out his second term. B. He died. C. He resigned. D. He was impeached and removed
He resigned was how Nixon leaved the office.
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A writer should always use a comma to separate names of cities from states or countries, to separate the hundreds from the thousands place in a four-digit number specifying a particular year, to separate the number of a day when it precedes the name of the month in a date. The answer is all these answers are correct.

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A writer should always use a comma to separate names of cities from states or countries. Philadelphia, PA. Paris, France.
There is NO comma in a four-digit number specifying a particular year: 1775; 1959.
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