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Subject:Period. A different perspective From:Newton Vasconcellos <mendv -at- AX -dot- APC -dot- ORG> Date:Wed, 15 May 1996 14:36:25 -0300
At 16:01 13/05/96 -0800, Marvin, answering Michael, said:
BTW, punctuation (the period) should be inside the quotes.
>>Marvin W. Miller
>>Supervisor, Technical Communications Group
>>Sony Systems Engineering Center - San Jose, CA
That, of course, depends on where you are. Here in Brazil, for instance,
periods happily sit outside the embrace of quotation marks.
This is another area where translators and Twers can share perspectives (see
a different thread going on about now).
Newton D. Vasconcellos
mendv -at- ax -dot- apc -dot- org
Rio de Janeiro
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