(Q1383557)

English

intra-word punctuation

The use of punctuation marks within words (as part of the spelling), not between words or sentences; e.g. the hyphen (“high-five”), the apostrophe (“o’clock”), the full point respectively the period for abbreviations (“Dr.”, “U.F.O.”)

  • non-alphanumeric characters spelling

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