full stop

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a punctuation mark (.) placed at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate a full stop or after abbreviations

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The 21-year-old celebrity model, who has come out in support of the NSPCC's FULL STOP campaign, said: 'Absolutely anyone can be bullied.
All proceeds from the Classic Transport Festival on Sunday, July 16, will go to the NSPCC's Full Stop campaign.
Sian Lloyd and Stuart Cable were also at the event, which was expected to top the pounds 80,000 raised last year in aid of the charity's Full Stop campaign.
IMI has pledged to raise pounds 25,000 for the NSPCC, to help towards the charity's Full Stop Campaign.
They included Gemma Lang, from Caerphilly, who set up anti-bullying campaign Full Stop 2 Bullying, after being bullied in school.
Bus advertising space worth more than pounds 100,000 has been donated by advertising contractor TDI to raise awareness of the charity's Full Stop campaign, which was launched last year.
In some cases, teen-age drivers will be pulled over as if they were being cited, only to be given the coupons for yielding to pedestrians, coming to a full stop at traffic signs and other acts of traffic safety.
Inherited from the EOS-1D Mark II model is the new camera's white balance correction feature that permits nine +/-adjustments in full step increments; compensation for blue/amber bias or magenta/green bias; white balance bracketing in three +/- full stop increments and auto white balance derived exclusively from image sensor data.
The initiative is being piloted in Calderdale and Sgt Garry Alderson, Calderdale road policing manager, said: "If you have a seatbelt in your vehicle, then you should be wearing it, full stop.
To find out more about Be the FULL STOP visit the NSPCC website at www.
From chief executive Peter Griffiths, who climbed Africa's highest peak Mt Kilimanjaro for the NSPCC Full Stop campaign, to the branch workers who bake charity cakes and volunteer their time, the company is a community-oriented workplace.
Dad-of-three Shearer, who retired from professional football at the end of last season, is supporting the organisation's Full Stop campaign, which aims to end child cruelty.
FORGET ghetto gold and bunches of beads on your wrists this summer - the season's must-have accessory is the NSPCC Dream Auction Full Stop Lanyard bracelet by Links of London.
The Oscarwinning star and mother-of-two will spearhead the charity's Full Stop appeal in her native Wales.
Starting on 3 October is this yearOs NSPCC Full Stop week and, this year, weOre impressed to see Jonny Wilkinson, Liz McLarnon, boxer Amir Khan, Rio Ferdinand and The Office star Lucy Davis will be putting their celebrity status to good use.