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Reply Tue 4 Feb, 2014 09:24 pm
Typical building mold evaluations are often primarily based on sampling for airborne and surface mold, but these data cannot be related to ongoing occupant exposure, the extent of water damage or conditions which must be resolved to prevent future mold growth (6).
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roger
 
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Reply Tue 4 Feb, 2014 10:26 pm
@Boney001,
Leave it as it is.
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Jack of Hearts
 
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Reply Tue 4 Feb, 2014 10:32 pm
@Boney001,
Evaluations of building mold are typically based upon surface and airborne samples. But these evaluations cannot establish a relationship between the mold and the extent of ongoing occupant exposure, or water damage. Nor can they relate to the conditions which must be resolved to prevent future mold growth.
roger
 
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Reply Wed 5 Feb, 2014 10:45 am
I often start sentences with conjunctions but this sounds like more formal writing.
neologist
 
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Reply Wed 5 Feb, 2014 01:20 pm
@Boney001,
Very long sentence. I'll go with Jack here. Have mercy on your readers.
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dalehileman
 
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Reply Wed 5 Feb, 2014 01:50 pm
@Boney001,
Typical building-mold evaluations are often based primarily on airborne and surface instances (samplings specimens, traces, etc), but these data cannot be related to ongoing effect of the occupant on its accumulation, the extent of any water damage, or other such conditions requiring attention

Also like Jack's above
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Joe Nation
 
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Reply Wed 5 Feb, 2014 02:01 pm
@Jack of Hearts,
Jack of Hearts wrote:

Evaluations of building mold are typically based upon surface and airborne samples. But these evaluations cannot establish a relationship between the mold and the extent of ongoing occupant exposure, or water damage. Nor can they relate to the conditions which must be resolved to prevent future mold growth.


No buts..... .
Evaluations of building mold are typically based upon surface and airborne samples. These evaluations, however, cannot establish a relationship between the mold and the extent of ongoing occupant exposure, or water damage. Nor can they relate to the conditions which must be resolved to prevent future mold growth.

Joe(no ifs and either)Nation
neologist
 
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Reply Wed 5 Feb, 2014 03:06 pm
@Joe Nation,
Joe Nation wrote:
No buts..... .
Then how shall we sit down?

OK, I agree. Yours sounds better. But, is it any more correct?
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JTT
 
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Reply Wed 5 Feb, 2014 04:40 pm
@roger,
Roger: ... but this sounds like more formal writing.

Does that make a difference, Roger?
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JTT
 
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Reply Wed 5 Feb, 2014 04:41 pm
@Joe Nation,
Why no 'buts', Joe?
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