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I have a punctuation question that involves
international readers. Does anyone know if different
cultures use either different punctuation marks than do
American English speakers or if any cultures use "standard
American punctuation marks" differently than American
English speakers do?
Thank you all for your help.
Stamant, Kirk R
stamankr -at- jmu -dot- edu