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Punctuation Prohibition

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In a ruling that lasted less than a week, England’s Mid-Devon District Council decreed in March that henceforth, no street name could have an apostrophe, e.g., St. George’s would be St. Georges. Outraged punctuationists swung into action, causing the council to quickly reverse itself.

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