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Arab News Aug 15
: In "", Cecelia Watson charts the rise and fall of this infamous punctuation mark, which for years was the trendiest one in the world of letters.
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mj Aug 18
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Samantha Meschell Cross Aug 14
Looking Dead But I Cant Wait To Get My Next Tattoo Next Month
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Hillary Laur Aug 19
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♥ Aug 12
i’m now part of the crew 💛
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Pauline Park 11h
I'm listening to an interview with on on her book about the history & significance of this subtlest of marks; I don't know how I could live without the semi-colon~!
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Rachey Aug 13
Is it really SO HARD to use a properly?!
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Natasha ARORA Aug 18
Dear , What a funny piece about this ; the . I laughed out loud, thank you! Shared!
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Alan Hoffmann, Professional English Teacher Aug 11
This is my 50th book read this year. One of my favorites this year. I think if I were to ever teach English Teaching Methods, this would be on the reading list.
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Jennifer Dawson Aug 14
Felt the need to share this, while I’m sick and awake with insomnia. Life hasn’t been easy and I’m far from perfect, but I haven’t given up. My story continues, and I am the author.
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Nzondi Aug 15
This is a great idea. A universal hot line.
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Jessie Aug 14
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Suicide Awareness / Prevention UK Aug 15
Our campaign in April for the had 86 studios and over 3,000 tatts done! Next year it’ll be bigger! welcome to contact us 💕
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Geeta Sundaram Aug 12
# punctuation A delightful read on how the semicolon came about. :-)
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Danko Dream Aug 17
Replying to @RoyalDirtyBlue
I would love to be somewhere in other place, but can't! He told me it's not my time yet !
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Cằṛṃī Ƙ☕ Aug 14
❤️; has encouraged people to draw or get tattoos — on their bodies of a semicolon to represent support for those dealing with mental illness & suicide. A  is used when an author could've chosen to end their sentence but chose not to.
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Brian Harrington Aug 13
inspiration from Venice — the survived and thrived because it was useful. The mark of all great products: utility. by
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Myrthe Korf Aug 12
The language nerd in me loves this: Nine Things You Didn’t Know About the
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Joe Currin, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 Aug 16
Replying to @Adamhill1212
Thank you for sharing your story. As a psychologist and new assistant professor, I openly talk to my students about my own mental health struggles and thoughts of suicide. I applaud you for sharing your struggles with the world!
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Suicide Awareness / Prevention UK Aug 15
if any want to join please email danielle@suicideapuk.co.uk 💕
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