"Filled with short stories about the controversy semicolons have sparked within legal matters, academics and the general public, Watson uncovers where confusion surrounding this punctuation mark
arose from," said the review.
Some years ago, the Birmingham Council raised a stink when it ruled that punctuation marks
should be eliminated from signboards of street names.
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." In real life, it said, "the author is you and the sentence is your life."
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
"Interrobang [?!] is an obsolete punctuation mark
," Yost explained.
Supposedly, this is too weak a punctuation mark
for the purpose and should be replaced with a full stop or semi-colon.
Perhaps it is not inherent to the punctuation mark
He's over-stayed his welcome So Osborne now must go Is a punctuation mark
A scar that's on time?
ANSWERS: 1 American football; 2 Robinson Crusoe; 3 The Daily Worker; 4 Dutch; 5 Round The Horne; 6 Estate agent; 7 The USA; 8 Stephen Foster; 9 Ola Jordan; 10 A punctuation mark
which combines exclamation and question marks.
Googling a runner Semi Colon 12.50 Doncaster The semi colon is a punctuation mark
used either in the listing of items or the linking of related clauses.
ECONOMIC OFFICER WAY LON BIGGLES LOVES SEMICOLONS; ITS HIS FAFORITE PUNCTUATION MARK