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to mark with punctuation

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Access Power has made IP telephony fun to use," said Glenn Smith, CEO of Access Power and author of the patent-pending Punctuate Your Point(R).
The melody spins back and forth with whole and half steps, while the bass punctuates with its own march, requiring the pianist to pay particular heed to legato and staccato markings.
In June, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art punctuates it all with "Beyond Geometry: Experiments in Form 1940s-70s.
On any given night, looking up at 570 Broad Street, the brightly lit top floor punctuates this newly renovated building in downtown Newark.
Spirit is the largest international carrier at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International and this expansion punctuates our position both at the airport and to this community," said Barry Biffle, chief marketing officer of Spirit Airlines.
This flight validates our approach to fulfilling the OAV II mission and punctuates what has been a highly successful flight test program," said Tom Hyde, BAE Systems' director of UAV programs.
Watching [OR] is like taking a roller coaster ride, with each calm moment followed by a predictable storm of blinding light and thunderous bass--a barrage of sight and sound that dominates rather than punctuates the stage drama.
In Movements, angularity--flexed feet and wrists, deep plies on pointe in Second Position, and turned-in legs-abounds and punctuates the score.
The establishment of this new corporation demonstrates Tera Systems' commitment to the Japanese market and punctuates the momentum Tera Systems is building around its expansion into Japan.
The Mexico Office Punctuates Tampa Bay's Regional Effort to