1 Jan 2010 — Blue Moon
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Once in a blue moon there is one on New Years Eve.
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Change a blue moon to the blue moon.
Once in the blue moon there is one on New Years Eve.
Change one from a pronoun to a noun with a clearer reference.
Once in a blue moon there is a second full moon on New Years Eve.
Add punctuation: a comma and an apostrophe.
Once in a blue moon, there is one on New Year's Eve.
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