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While I've tried to give you the information I believe to be
most germane to your question, the Chicago Manual of Style
contains almost a full 2 columns of index entries about
copyright notices, so please don't consider this answer to
> From: Beverley Henderson <erleyedit -at- yahoo -dot- com>
> Help. Where I work, we have stirred up a tempest in a teapot by questioning how our current copyright notice is punctuated...
... A related question: Are the words "all rights reserved" a sentence? It seems to have no subject and no verb, yet it "looks" incorrect without a capital A and a period. Is it imperative mood? or what? If it is "not a sentence," should it eschew capitals and periods?
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