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Dressing for her interview with the recruiters, (A) Leisha debated wearing four hoops in each ear and a nose ring (B) or removing the jewelry (C) and tolerating convention during the college job fair.

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Dressing for her interview with the recruiters Leisha debated wearing four hoops in each ear and a nose ring or removing the jewelry and tolerating convention during the college job fair.

Removing the comma after recruiters is an error. Dressing for her interview with the recruiters is a participle phrase. When this type of phrase introduces a main clause, you need a comma to connect the two parts.

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