Well, the reference of each of (32) and (33) will depend upon the semantic value of the quotation marks
First, a primer on quotation marks
: Start a quote with double quotation marks
, and for a quote within a quote use single quotation marks
Use double quotation marks
to set off the titles of songs, poems, short stories, individual episodes in a television series, articles, and chapters.
Nor are quotation marks
confined to other clear and predictable uses: certain titles, for example, or brief passages of prose or poetry.
EXAMPLE: ``Bye bye Miss American Pie'' (Do NOT put quotation marks
around a single wo rd .
* Make a date--If you want to relate to a particular date in time, be sure to include the date or year in your quotation marks
July 20, 2000, at A12 (internal quotation marks
Her concern is with anglophone writing, and she carefully distinguishes between West Indian and Caribbean (and then moves gracefully between the two terms, with no quotation marks
FORCED myself to sit through Vanessa Feltz's coma-inducing quiz show Quotation Marks
And Lakatos is one of the worst offenders in the compulsive scattering of quotation marks
to "neutralize success words." The word "proof" is a success-word, that is, it is part of its meaning that something proved is true, and that the proof has succeeded in showing it is true.
For the system to recognize phrases, you must either put it in single quotation marks
or use the adj operator, e.g., injection adj molding or `injection molding.'
When I was in graduate school, the term "industrial revolution" always appeared in quotation marks
to suggest that it was not really a revolution.