How do you use the word including in a sentence?
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You can make a sentence referring to the word itself. 'But' is used to indicate a codocil, or drawback to an action. But you can also use it to continue a thought from a previous sentence, rather than including it as part of that sentence. He was up all night working on his project. But the final result was not what he expected, and he had to revise his thesis.