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>>To the best of my knowledge, 'Global Punctuation' means 'British
I certainly have never heard of Global Punctuation. If she meant British
Punctuation as being Global Punctuation, it is still not Global
Punctuation, if someone outside Britain uses a different punctuation. I
need a drink after thinking about this one.