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The origin of "OK" (also "okay" and "O.K.")
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An ANTECEDENT is the word, clause, or phrase to which a pronoun refers
In many cases, an ANTECEDENT is a noun that comes before the pronoun, either earlier in the same sentence or in the preceding sentence. From Analytical Grammar
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Phrasal verbs