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27 August, 23:21

Which punctuation correctly completes the sentence?

Leno's early acts drew from his life experience: growing up in New Rochelle, New York, and Amherst, Massachusetts, attending Emerson College, and enjoying popular culture. His college education affected his act in an unusual (way; way, way way-) at his first stage booking. After learning about American Indian history, he refused to do a skit filled with stereotypes of American Indian culture. The writer changed the skit to suit (Leno, Leno Leno - Leno; ) therefore, he agreed to move forward with the show. Despite Leno's initial success guarding others' dignity while on the (job: job; job, job) his own career success required more trial and error. He spent about 15 years working his way around the comedy club scene, sleeping on friends' sofas, and often performing for no pay.

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  1. 27 August, 23:57
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    way

    Leno;

    job,
  2. 28 August, 00:33
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    for the first you would put way

    for the sending you would but Leno

    and for the third you would put job,
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