Recent Examples of punctuation from the Web
Perhaps his exclamatory punctuation foreshadows something as forceful, meaning as unilateral, as what Obama did.
This involved faithfully copying the Middle English text from the medieval manuscript, then editing that text for a modern reader, such as adding modern punctuation and correcting scribal errors.
Almost all punctuation and capitalization fall away from Beast as Buckmaster becomes obsessed with tracking down this animal and looking it in the eyes.
Back in the days of The Colbert Report, Colbert’s waggly eyebrows served as the perfect ironic punctuation for many of his jokes
The total number of spaces, inclusive of letters, spaces, and punctuation, which may be utilized on the ballot for a candidate's name and, if any, nickname, shall be twenty-five (25).
Jokic converted 65% of his attempts from that range, applying subtle punctuation to his breakout season.
In the case of Darren Aronofsky’s new film, Mother!, the punctuation should be read as a public-health warning: This movie is insane.
In the case of the Platinum tester, a set of machined, 20-inch alloy wheels provided nifty aesthetic punctuation.
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