com says it is the most valuable punctuation mark
in the arsenal of texting.
As a consequence, they may be considered a new way to close up a message, as a new final punctuation mark
The Project Semicolon website explained that the punctuation mark
is used when "an author could've chosen to end the sentence, but chose not to.
brackets--a type of punctuation mark
used in pairs [ ], often within quotes to indicate inserted material brainstorm--to generate ideas and information through freewriting, making lists or charts, talking to others, or doing research or experiments
ECONOMIC OFFICER WAY LON BIGGLES LOVES SEMICOLONS; ITS HIS FAFORITE PUNCTUATION MARK
When you see the newest punctuation mark
for sarcasm, you'll know the writer of that sentence doesn't literally mean what they're writing; they're being sarcastic," the company said in a release.
The missing punctuation mark
was left off in the DNS system that transforms web names into machine-readable IP addresses.
However, Birmingham's teachers and professors are not letting the small matter of a punctuation mark
2 : a punctuation mark
-- that is used most often to show a break in the thought or structure of a sentence
Further, Chalcedonian-type doctrines cannot be normative because "it is odd, to say the least, to assert the unique importance of this particular punctuation mark
in history" (123).
Its six buttons can be depressed to produce any of the embossed patterns that correspond to a Braille letter, number, or punctuation mark
And if there's a particular punctuation mark
you just don't get, consider the advice of noted American linguist Casey Stengel: "You could look it up.