Accommodation of one eye independent of the other eye.
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Every English “Rule” Has An Exception: I Before E, Except, Well, A Lot of Things
A lot of times you’ll come across articles about English grammar that are like “You can do X, but not Y, and if you do Z your writing will be bad and you should feel bad.” OK, ouch. On the one hand, yes, English does have a lot of helpful rules in place that have developed over hundreds of years. And yes, rules help standardize …
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