quotation mark

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

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Fassi-Fihri told BBC World Service that five constiutions were adopted by the Kingdom since its independence, adding that the royal speech marks "a new stride in this specific trajectory in Morocco.
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The speech marks a switch from Mr Brown's Treasury brief as Tony Blair's time as Premier runs out.
The speech marks a definitive end to the closeness between Labour and the Lib Dems developed under the leadership of Paddy Ashdown.
This conversation contributes a line of thought in Iola and in the culture at large that suggests that, to the extent that bourgeois standards are cultural ideals for the black community, "standard" black speech marks the potential, at least, for black "progress.
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