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Hi. I noticed you used the word comprised in a recent edit of a page about a battle. That word is often misused, but I can't tell whether you've used it correctly because I don't know the facts of the battle. The word comprises/comprised is similar in meaning to the word "includes/included; where you can use one, you can usually use the other – they're essentially synonyms. Anyway, here are the various wordings that might match your intentions:
"The Men of Brethil that comprised the rearguard…" would be correct if the rearguard included only Men of Brethil and other parts of the battle formation may have been populated by Men of Brethil as well.
"The Men of Brethil that were comprised by the rearguard…" would be correct if the rearguard included Men of Brethil and perhaps others as well.
"The Men of Brethil that formed/composed the rearguard…" would be correct if the rearguard were entirely populated by Men of Brethil.
If the 100% of the rearguard were Men of Brethil and Men of Brethil weren't anywhere else in the battle, I would say "The Men of Brethil, who had formed the rearguard, were…" - Gradivus, 00:32, December 27, 2012 (UTC)
Hi! Thanks for all your contributions! Perhaps you should place something in your "Profile" so that the other editors may know about you, or at least it doesn't have a red link. But it's entirely up to you. Happy editing! :)14:37,2/26/2016
Never write a word in an article and leave it only partially linked. If you're linking the word "Balrogs" to the Balrog article, simply do so for the whole term. Balrog and Balrogs are not two different nouns, and the added "s" isn't some seperate entity.