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Semicolon followed by "however"
Semicolons with the word “however”: Using “however” as a conjunctive adverb: “However” can be used to join two simple sentences to make a compound sentence. “However” indicates the relationship between the two independent clauses is one of contrast or opposition. Use a semicolon before and a comma after “however” when you are using it to write a compound sentence. The engineers claimed that the bridge was safe; however, they were still not prepared to risk crossing.
— University of New England —
Food for thought.