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Results 1 - 10 of 36 for ellipsis These points or dots are called ellipsis points when they indicate an ellipsis and suspension points when they indicate suspended or interrupted thought see If they prefer, authors may prepare their manuscripts using the single-glyph three-dot ellipsis character on their word processors Unicode , usually with a space on either side; editors following For example, If the multiplication cross is present, then ellipsis points should be centered For example, The ellipsis points should be on the baseline when the terms of the list are separated by commas.
Use a medium space after each comma The intersections of like columns and stub entries are marked with ellipsis dots.
See 3. The in ersections of like columns and stub entrie are marked with ellipsis dots. If ellipsis points alone are used useful for a passage with more than a few lacunae , their function as a stand-in for missing or illegible words must be explained in the text or in a note As with ellipsis points, this device should be used consistently and should be explained in prefatory material or a note If the first part of a paragraph is omitted within a quotation, a paragraph indention and three ellipsis points appear before the first quoted word Paragraph 3.