Craftsman 139.18054 Owner's Manual

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Depending on their context and placement in a sentence, ellipses can indicate an unfinished thought, a leading statement, a slight pause, an echoing voice, or a nervous or awkward silenceIn her book on the ellipsis, Ellipsis in English Literature: Signs of Omission (Cambridge University Press, 2015), Anne Toner suggests that the first use of the punctuation in the English language dates to a 1588 translation of Terence's Andria, by Maurice KyffinNote that ISO/IEC 8859 encoding series provides no code point for ellipsisContents 1 Background 2 In writing 3 In different languages 3.1 In American English 3.2 In British English 3.3 In Polish 3.4 In Russian 3.5 In Japanese 3.6 In Chinese 3.7 In Spanish 3.8 In French 3.9 In German 4 In mathematical notation 5 Programming languages 5.1 HTML and CSS 6 On the Internet and in text messaging 7 Computer representations 8 See also 9 References 10 Further reading Top Automotive Device Types Automobile Manuals Automobile Alarm Manuals Remote Starter Manuals Radar Detector Manuals Motorcycle Manuals Auto Electronics Manuals Automobile Parts Manuals Camper Manuals Offroad Vehicle Manuals Utility Trailer Manuals Show All > Top Automotive Brands Audiovox Manuals Chevrolet Manuals KTM Manuals Mercedes Benz Manuals Garmin Manuals Toyota Manuals BMW Manuals Audi Manuals Volvo Manuals Buick Manuals Show All > 13 (2)(.) is also used for awkward silencedoi:10.1002/meet.1450440341It is also used to indicate so called variadic functions in the C, C++ and Java languages 08609e2559


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