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can someone here explain this to me?. give me more examples if you can.
These guidelines, however, leave some determinations up to the writer.
Right: A young single person
Right: A young, single person
If the writer means a single person who happens to be young, it should take no comma. But if the writer has in mind a person who is single and young—that is, whose singleness is as relevant as his youth—a comma can be used.

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