Is every sentence followed by the right kind of punctuation mark?
The first punctuation mark was the stop at the end of the period.
It is the custom, for instance, to separate every clause in a sentence by a punctuation mark.
The word invisible means that there is an appropriately sized gap, but the letter or punctuation mark itself is absent.
You are every other variety of punctuation mark,—dashes, exclamations, interrogations.
Notice the capital letter at the beginning of each sentence and the punctuation mark at the end of each sentence.
This prevents line breaks in the display text of some ereaders right before the punctuation mark.
Thus, if a punctuation mark was adjacent to an html tag, it was included within the group.
I mean, what does that punctuation mark between t and s stand for?
The curved bacilli are called “comma” bacilli, from their resemblance to the punctuation mark of that name.