September 1st: not quite fall but feels like the official transition out of summer. I bought my last pair of over-the-knee boots at Nordstrom nearly two years ago and they are still in awesome condition considering how much I wear them and how brutal Chicago winters can be; they were easily worth the investment! I did the same with easy sweater dresses while perusing Nordstrom. Dressing after a baby is born is quite a feat, but with these easy investments under my belt, I feel confident that I still be stylish this fall no matter what shape my body is in. Looking gorgeous!!
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It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. Is "neither is" always correct or should one use "neither are" in some cases and what are the exact rules? I tried the googles and found a big mess of this-is-why-stackexchange-exists :P. However, in colloquial usage, either option is fine, and are seems to now be somewhat more common, at least on teh internets. A commenter here nicely describes the sort of thought process which probably pushes people usually subconsciously towards using are :. Is the conclusion that, in situations like this, one should reconstruct the sentence entirely.
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I live in Whangarei  , Northland which is the service town for the Northland Peninsula, it has about 79, residents, a mainly bi-cultural population of Maori and European with a growing newer population from anywhere else. I live in town and love the beach, Whangarei has of them apparently. I guess I am a lifelong educator and learner, I love skyrocketing or creating ideas and implementing them. I have an Adult Education undergraduate degree and am half way through a post-graduate in Social Enterprise. Professionally I turned my life on its head when I left my longterm employer and created my own company recently, now I starting on the next part of my professional life.
Jane spends a sleepless night with his widow, Emma, sitting watch over the body of the Prophet. As a whirlwind of memory, loss, and confusion leaves them wondering how either one will be able to move forward. Through the long night, Jane wonders if the Prophet's promise to extend the blessings of eternity to her has died along with him. Skip to main content.