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  • v  insert punctuation marks into
  • v  to stress, single out as important
  • v  interrupt periodically
    Her sharp questions punctuated the speaker's drone

  • To punctuate the point, McCain persistently barks that Obama wants to meet with the Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a flagrant anti-Semite but a relatively powerless .
  • To ramp that up would only "punctuate the haves and have-nots," says Weingarten.
  • The shooting raised few eyebrows in Dagestan, where blood feuds and gang wars punctuate daily life.
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  • ToDo ToDay: Cold Cave! Cat Power!
    Post-punk wouldn’t be post-punk without a certain level of resentment between murky waves of synth-heavy swells. Philadelphia’s Cold Cave recently released a 7-inch titled “Black Boots,” but tonight, expect to hear older favorites and earworm throttlers from its last studio effort from 2011, Cherish the Light Years . Twinkling synth lines and drum machines punctuate the band’s throbbing dance ...
    June 20, 2013 - Washington City Paper

  • Antony Gormley in Times Online
    The body forms will punctuate the flow of the river. The idea is to connect different pieces of Edinburgh with these iron figures,said Gormley, who first suggested the work to the National Galleries of Scotland two years ago, and has already...
  • Matt Vasgersian in Long Beach Press-Telegram
    I know my tone of voice wouldn't be celebratory,said Vasgersian of his potential Bonds homer call. "The temptation is huge to editorialize, but I can't do that. Maybe the day before or the day after. It's all a matter of how you punctuate...
  • Steve Ballmer in ITworld.com
    With this alliance, we punctuate the fact that voice is absolutely a part of Microsoft unified communications,Ballmer said. "Like every other element of our information-worker portfolio, [voice must] really be very seamlessly integrated,...

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