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a punctuation mark (&) used to represent conjunction (and)

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If a company employs an ampersand in its logo (e.g., Johnson & Johnson), the system needs the searcher to enclose the ampersand in single quotes as a literal indicator (Johnson `&' Johnson).
He has also photographed wing versions of the digits zero through nine, ampersands and question marks, human-like faces and blinking eyes, Greek letters like [Omega] and [pi], the Scandanivian [Phi] and the Germanic umlaut vowels.
AmperSAND is a monthly meeting place organised by Swansea Institute for professionals and enthusiasts working in digital media.