As we all know, placing words to do with the north inside inverted commas
has been our most effective weapon in preventing the recognition of the pseudo-state.
So if you want to find pages with the words 'search' and 'engines', you type those words without any inverted commas
and Google boasts that it found "about 105,000,000 results" in 0.
We will get married because we don't want our relationship to exist in inverted commas
Hosted by Dermot Whelan, a man so painfully funny I've started listening to him on the radio just so I can close my eyes and imagine he's on the TV, Republic Of Telly is the first RTE 'comedy' that doesn't need inverted commas
He must have known that, he must have intended to be seen in the context of having had the courage to do what he did and to assault this - I put it in inverted commas
- 'wicked newspaper owner'," he added.
IN YOUR recent article by local government correspondent Neil Elkes, the Jewellery Quarter Investment "safe", I notice that the word "safe" was in inverted commas
Brand told the Chris Moyles Show: "I phoned up Andrew Sachs to apologise for a matter live on radio and Jonathan Ross blurted out an expletive regarding Andrew Sachs' granddaughter who I'd, in inverted commas
, recently 'met'.
Financial 'compensation' must remain in its inverted commas
I have removed the inverted commas
around better because this is by far the more common application of the word to racehorses of different ages.
He said: "Having got our noses in front, I thought it might have been one of those days where we might have nicked all three points - in inverted commas
Possibly the most poignant of these works is the Self-portrait with Tyrolean hat, 1913, which bears in inverted commas
the inscription EGO.
The category of "civilization" has lost all claim to legitimacy, and "Romanization" is a term often avoided altogether or set off in inverted commas
(as here) to signify its contested and problematical status.