Separating Marks

Separating Marks - Period, exclamation point, question mark...

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 10/5/09 1. Period
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 10/5/09 Mississippi opponents of the Confederate-themed state flag  wonder, “Where does the state’s pride in its heritage end and  its respect for those offended begin_”_ Mississippi opponents of the Confederate-themed state flag  wonder where the state’s pride in its heritage ends and its  respect for those offended begins _ Periods at the end of sentences
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 10/5/09 Example: Although he devoted decades to a wide range of  artistic and political projects, Allen Ginsberg is best known as  the author of the poem “Howl_”_ Example: Mrs. Chen, a grandmother in Seneca Falls, is  training for her first 10K race (6.2 miles_)_ Example: True to their quirky success, ABBA found a  receptive audience in Australia before Americans embraced  Periods with quotation marks and  parentheses
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