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One of the reasons Dikheads took offence was because 'a former president of the Republic referred to the elections of the Turkish Cypriots' without placing the word elections in inverted commas.
sprinkling of hyphens, italics and inverted commas adds to the aura of
15: The editors regret that there may have been some ambiguity created due to the use of single inverted commas in two cases in John Hinkson's article 'The Politics of Culture', a response to Nathan Hollier's article, in the same issue, 'The Importance of Class'.
And, having subsequently familiarised myself with his repertoire I suggest that anyone writing about Dapper Laughs from here on in should shift the inverted commas from the 'sexist' part of the sentence and wrap them instead around the word 'comedian'.
And, having subse quently familiarised myself with his repertoire I suggest that anyone writing about Dapper Laughs from here on in should shift the inverted commas from the 'sexist' part of the sentence and wrap them instead around the word 'comedian'.
Supposedly, if you wish to search for web pages containing certain words, you type those words and see what it comes up with; if you want a precise phrase, however, you put inverted commas round the words.
Players have had to look at themselves, the manager definitely has; "supporters" (and I do use the term again with inverted commas for a reason
Those particular 'fans' (I'm using inverted commas because you might like to substitute in your own word) were seemingly on a mission to march to the far end of the ground to provoke the Castleford fans into some kind of confrontation.
I'm sure they wouldn't object to the inverted commas, they weren't hacking coal or stacking shelves, they were enjoying themselves giving broadcaster s the benet of their wit and wisdom.
He said: "The fact someone would have been better using inverted commas does not mean his comments can be misrepresented.
What I would say is the men, in inverted commas, in our dressing room are desperate to try and pull our players back together because young players at times can lose a bit of confidence and faith and that's why I try to pick teams with strong characters and personalities.