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exclamation point

An exclamation point or exclamation mark ( ! ) is a punctuation mark commonly used to express strong, intense emotions in declarations. It can also be used to add emphasis to interjections and commands.
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[Lat.,=point], the use of special signs in writing to clarify how words are used; the term also refers to the signs themselves. In every language, besides the sounds of the words that are strung together there are other features, such as tone, accent, and pauses,
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Adding Tim's proven talents and experience growing enterprise software companies from start-ups to market leaders puts an exclamation point on the company's already strong team and excellent position in the emerging market for next generation agile enterprise SOA software applications.
II playoffs Friday, and after losing two of the past three games, Herrick is hoping to orchestrate a month-long winning streak to put a final exclamation point on a terrific three-year career.
The exclamation point conveys the high energy level of our team and the excitement we feel about our next generation VoIP services, which are changing the way small businesses communicate.
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New Orleans has steadily been returning to business," said Kurt Weigle, Executive Director of the Downtown Development District, "But the Shell return to One Shell Square is an exclamation point for all of us.
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Today's announcement puts a major exclamation point on that statement, as PayPal's new project significantly expands its Omaha campus.
The exclamation point is doing it against that lineup.
The word "fun," often with an exclamation point, is featured in more than half of these businesses mission statements, mottos, or self-descriptions.
Before the relay, I got the guys together and told them that we're going to make a statement,''said Nguyen, who put a exclamation point on La Canada's victory by swimming the anchor leg to beat Peninsula of Rolling Hills Estates (3:21.
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