I put an exclamation point
there because we felt one when we saw the vessel.
Lying back on the sofa, she read the manuscript carefully through, making dashes here and there, and putting in many exclamation points
, which looked like little balloons.
The red and white lawn signs have a simple message: "STOP FORCED REZONING!" Three words, five syllables, all caps, ending with an exclamation point
. There's not room on a lawn sign to address with any subtlety what changes the city's planners have contemplated for Eugene's South Willamette Special Area Zone.
"The way you use an exclamation point
can change your dating life."
The plot is a mad rush and the author's delivery of rapid-fire dialogue uses the exclamation point
enough times to make it the 27th letter in the alphabet.
It sure put the exclamation point
on Gable's article.
The Johnson & Wales honorary doctorate is a wonderful exclamation point
recognizing his contributions in our business."
Gospel music great, rhythm-and-blues icon, civil rights activist and all-around living legend Mavis Staples is celebrated with the infectiously joyful enthusiasm of a passionately devoted fan in "Mavis!," a spirited and captivating biodoc that richly deserves the exclamation point
in its title.
AFM-Moe returned the top tally of 43 points and to put the exclamation point
to its first accolade Cesar Monares clinched the individual Bowler of the Week plum after shooting the high series of 713.
It finishes long and full with a nice peppery exclamation point
at the finale.
We'll even forgive them the superfluous exclamation point
New York: Web giant Yahoo has updated its logo with slimmer letters, while keeping its familiar purple colour and exclamation point
. "We knew we wanted a logo that reflected Yahoo -- whimsical, yet sophisticated," Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer said in a blog post.