Footnote 1:

This works best in spoken English, because in written English the preceding sentence has too many periods and capitalization in the wrong place since "S" starts with a capital "T" and ends with a period. One can either not worry about this, or observe that Contemporary English also assigns meanings to some sentences that violate Contemporary English's rules for punctuation, or one can complexify the rules on how to expand out abbreviations. I shan't worry.

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