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www.grammarly.com/blog/comma-with-nonrestrictive-clauses

A nonrestrictive clause gives nonessential information about something in a sentence. Nonrestrictive clauses should be set off by commas.

www.swarthmore.edu/writing/restrictive-and-nonrestrictive-elements-0

Restrictive elements are word groups that are necessary to retain meaning. They are not set off from the rest of the sentence by commas or other punctuation.

college.cengage.com/english/raimes/digitalkeys/keyshtml/commas_p.htm

Commas: Parenthetical or Nonrestrictive Clauses. Use commas to set off parenthetical or nonrestrictive phrases and clauses. Place commas around any ...

writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/Commas.html

Use commas to set off non-restrictive modifiers. Do not ... of the sentence; if we remove it from the sentence, the basic meaning of the sentence does not change.

gtotd.blogspot.com/2007/08/set-off-non-restrictive-phrases-or.html

Aug 2, 2007 ... The Rule: Set off "non-restrictive" phrases or clauses in commas. ... They put the first comma in for the non-restrictive clause, but then they leave the ... from Ruge Rules The Rule : "While" can be used to mean "during the time ...

www.answers.com/Q/What_punctuation_is_used_to_set_off_nonrestrictive_clauses_and_phrases

What is a nonrestrictive phrase? ... What punctuation do you use to set off a quote within a quote? ... Should a nonrestrictive clause be set off by commas?

web.ku.edu/~edit/which.html

“Which” is non-restrictive and introduces subsidiary rather than essential ... Non- restrictive clauses are set off by commas because the information they provide is ... in the above sentence are needed because “the reader” is non-restrictive -- not  ...

www.cws.illinois.edu/workshop/writers/restrictiveclauses

A modifying clause can be either restrictive or nonrestrictive. ... Nonrestrictive modifying clauses are usually set off by commas. Edgar Allan Poe, who wrote " The ...

www.butte.edu/departments/cas/tipsheets/grammar/relative_pronouns.html

Relative pronouns introduce subordinate clauses functioning as adjectives. Use commas to set off nonrestrictive subordinate clauses, and do not use commas to  ...