Palmer's is the use of exclamation points
and empty intensifiers.
The exclamation point
was needed, according to the company, because other companies in other industries had already trademarked the name without the exclamation point
One is to search for a specific character common to the link's formula, such as a bracket or an exclamation point
Today, on its 10th birthday, Anglicans Online (minus the exclamation point
) is the largest, most thorough and comprehensive online resource for Anglicans worldwide.
To obtain the CPA logo and tagline in EPS high resolution Adobe Illustrator and JPEG formats, along with FAQs and regulations for reproduction, access the CPA Marketing Tool Kit at www.aicpa.org/cpamarketing/homepage.htm (username = cpamarketing; password = toolkit1!; use an exclamation point
after the number 1).
Tom Hauge, chief of the DNR's wildlife division, says "If anything, [this new research] puts an exclamation point
on the need to reduce the number of deer in the CWD-infected areas, so less infective agent will be deposited on the landscape."
Gopnik is only too self-aware of his own situation: "Paris for Americans is no longer an exclamation point
at the end of the world but a question mark at the fringe of our Empire, and if exclamation points
provoke poetry, cultural interrogation produces comedy." Rather than joyous escape, in Gopnik's Paris we find didactic lessons.
In other words, we might pick one or two of the exercises described here and perform a couple of hard sets to put an exclamation point
on the workout.
"9/11 was the ultimate 'exclamation point
' for some of these issues," comments Stephens.
First, the vehement quality of his enunciation (those exclamation points
may be taken as Verheggen's authorial signature, though Marcel Moreau, in his preface to Ridiculum vitae, swears that Verheggen's exclamation point
is in fact a question mark with an erection); second, the wordplay and the questioning of the signifier that he deploys again and again; third, the iconoclastic manner in which he approaches literary tradition and convention.
In short, for President Vicente Fox, the terrorist attack was the exclamation point
on Mexico's economic paralysis.
Peters gives away the answer by pointing to his management consulting company's new logo, emblazoned on his vest: a bright red exclamation point
. "Enthusiasm rules!"