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Quotation mark

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  1. Quotation marks or inverted commas are punctuation marks used in pairs to set off speech, a quotation, a phrase or a word

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  2. In the first centuries of typesetting, quotations were distinguished merely by indicating the speaker, and this can still be seen in some editions of the Bible

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  3. informally referred to as quotes and speech marks

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  4. The pair consists of an opening quotation mark and a closing quotation mark, which may or may not be the same character

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  5. They have a variety of forms in different languages and in different media

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