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The answer is generally yes. This would be called a sur reply. See HERE. Sur replies are not mandatory, but can be filed unless the Court specifically has local rules prohibiting or limiting them.
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Follow ups are meant to be within the same vein as the original topic of the question, which in this case was about a sur reply. I'd be more than happy to answer your question about reasons to strike, but this would require a new thread, please. Thanks!