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   Putting on her warm coat; which she normally did regardless of the weather, she took one last glimpse about and strode to the front gate with Shane in tow.

 

   Putting on her warm coat: which she normally did regardless of the weather, she took one last glimpse about and strode to the front gate with Shane in tow.

 

   Putting on her warm coat, which she normally did regardless of the weather, she took one last glimpse about and strode to the front gate with Shane in tow.

 

   Putting on her warm coat which she normally did regardless of the weather, she took one last glimpse about and strode to the front gate with Shane in tow.

 

Someone on another site suggested I punctuate the sentence like this one below but I am not sure....

 

   Putting on her warm coat - which she normally did regardless of the weather, she took one last glimpse about - and strode to the front gate with Shane in tow.

 

Any help here would be greatly appreciated.

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