Punctuation. Semicolons. Use a semicolon between independent clauses that are closely related in thought and are not joined by and, but, for, nor, or so, or yet. Terrence is a musician; he plays four instruments.
3. Wishes, even those that seem impossible, can come true.
a thoroughly enjoyable play
As shown in the example, punctuation marks are used within parentheses when they belong with the parenthetical matter. However, a punctuation mark is not placed within parentheses if the mark belongs to the sentence as a whole.