quotation mark

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a punctuation mark used to attribute the enclosed text to someone else

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Star performance Jim Crowley, making it 70 winners at the track with a big-priced double Quote of the day "He'd been working well at home but I don't gamble any more, so they will return at bigger odds" - trainer Michael Wigham after the 20-1 success of Erinjay Which runner has the scope to progress into a useful sprinter?
Star performances Foolin Myself, who won by seven lengths and could have won by a dozen in the feature race on the card, and Mark Tompkins, who completed a double Quote of the day "The boy can ride" - Tompkins, talking about Ashley Morgan, his stylish apprentice, who rewarded his boss by riding two winners for him There was a big eyecatcher in the opening maiden.
Star performance Another fantastic day for Godolphin whose horses are in irresistable form, while Hughie Morrison also rowed in with a double Quote of the day "She was going to run in the Super Sprint but I forgot to enter her!" - Hughie Morrison on his impressive nursery winner Six Diamonds Which three-year-old filly in the 7f maiden looks sure to benefit from a longer trip?
Star performance Trainer Michael Dods, owner Kevin Kirkup and rider Phillip Makin teamed up for a 35-1 double Quote of the day "The ground must be beautiful for her to win, she loves soft ground" - Brian Ellison, after Keisha Kayleigh took the seller Who showed promise in the 1m handicap and looks one to be with on a slower surface?
* phrases: double quotes, truncation, field codes, and automatic mapping
(If you have ever delved into ASCII, UTF or Unicode encoding, you will know the world of hurt and confusion I am talking about, so look away now.) The system was expecting to find double quotes which are straight, as the definition of the start and end of a text string.
In the XML Intranet System (XIS[TM]), users can now import from .xml, .xls, and .xlsx files, search within double quotes, and automatically index documents on import.
The words in double quotes are accurate, but Caston's framing adds something I never wrote or intended.
Phrase search ("") By putting double quotes around a set of words, you are telling Google to consider the exact words in that exact order without any change.
Likewise, her commune's "hypothetical production" suggests the fatalistic double quotes that seem to hover around her artworks, which in their sheer diversity appear like scientific simulacra or artificial conveyors of the original forms and politics they once embodied.
Keep "ids" of all combos, values of all options, function name for "onChange" event in double quotes. The URL that the function calls to get the data for second combo should be in variable named URL and in double quotes The test web page is designed with two combos.
Double quotes are used in the transcript in standard ways: to indicate direct quotations and sayings, to denote actual words and phrases (for example, the phrase "for example"), or to offer unacceptable terminology in summation of accepted terminology (so-called "scare quotes," for example).
1 then explain that double quotes around the words hairless cats will bring forward only those sites with that exact phrase.
Added characters (hyphen, space) are enclosed in double quotes and elements are separated by commas.
Although this edition has its origins in the authors' 1998 German version Schreiben and Publizieren in den Naturwissenschaften, the English language is smooth and seldom reads as a translation, although the overuse of double quotes and exclamation marks may raise an eyebrow or two among less Teutonically inclined readers.