Annaliese on August 11, 2014
I was slightly confused by the wording of rule 4. I thought that G preceding J meant that G has to come before J but not directly before J. I assumed that for G to come directly before J the rule would have to state that G immediately precedes J, but I may be mistaken. Does " X precedes Y" always imply that X comes immediately before Y?
Melody on August 13, 2014
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