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Question Mark and Exclamation Mark
Punctuation at All Points Relative Values
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adjectives adverbs Aesop ally ambiguity American practice apostrophe apposition asterisk avoid beginning British English British practice business letter Chapter Charles Lamb colon comma Compare conjunction cousin John Smith dash Dear Sir diaeresis Dictionary dots Douglas Jerrold element elocutionary emphasis especially essay examples exclamation mark exemplified felt ill Fowler full stop grammar Greek H. W. Fowler indention indicate insert italicize italics John Smith King's English Latin least less logical Modern English never non-punctuational nouns occasionally omission omit one's Oscar Wilde pair paragraph parentheses pause perhaps period person phrases plural preceding prefer principal clauses pronouns Proper Names PUNCTUATION AN ART question mark quotation marks reader remark rhetorical Rhodope semicolon sense sentence separate simple single words sort speech stylistic subordinate syntactical take a capital take a hyphen thing tion United verb vowel Webster weighing Whistler wish word-groups writing written