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    The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation Ellipsis marks (three dots) are used to show the omission of a word, phrase, line, or paragraph(s), from a quoted passage. The plural of this word isellipses. There are many methods for using ellipses. The three-dot method is the simplest and is appropriate for most general works and many scholarly ones. The three- or four-dot method and an even more rigorous method used in legal works require fuller explanations that can be found in reference books. Rule 1:Use ellipsis marks whether the omission occurs in the middle of a sentence or between sentences. read more

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