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Adjective clauses adjective phrase apostrophe applies badly built borrows its title co-ordinate colon comma is placed commas or italicized connexion dash is sometimes dependent clause Dido distinct break distinct pause Dryden Eeligio Laici employed in factories Eule exclamation is placed exclamatory nature expressed following sentence full stop given houses in London hyphen imposes are regularly interrogation is placed inverted commas italics J. S. Mill joins letters Lord Palmerston mark of exclamation meaning nation of shopkeepers Note noun number of words object pamphlets paren parenthesis passage Paul the Apostle pause generally indicated penal statute Peter the Hermit point of interrogation preceded proper point punctuation question quotation quoted real alternative reason relative clause religion semicolon sentence ends separate single word sovereign was undoubtedly square brackets St George's Channel stronger point syllable thing thou thought tion usage verb Virgil virtually a penal voluntary effusion whomsoever proposed writers