[parenthetical in original] This was in a little document called the Road Map to Peace.
The task for Muslims, I believe, is to rid our community of these parenthetical phrases.
The problem emerges with parenthetical phrases that are now inserted into the translation.
These four parenthetical lines interrupt the story rather awkwardly.
How does the reader give to these words the force of a parenthetical clause?
How are the parenthetical clauses in this selection kept in the back-ground?
All brackets and parenthetical question marks are in the original.
Can any of your correspondents throw any light upon the parenthetical clause printed in Italics?
parenthetical—Incidental; not an essential part of a sentence or statement.
When the parenthetical matter is brief or closely related to the rest of the sentence, it is generally set off by commas.