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Omission at the End of a Sentence or Between Complete Sentences 

Omission at the End of a Sentence or Between Complete Sentences

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Punctuation
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Cheryl Iverson

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Omission at the End of a Sentence or Between Complete Sentences

If the ellipsis occurs at the end of a complete sentence, or between 2 complete sentences, ellipses follow the final punctuation mark, the final punctuation mark being set close to the word preceding it, even when this word is not the final word in that sentence in the original.

In Fruit Displayed on a Stand (cover), exhibited in 1882, Caillebotte depicts a traditional subject in a manner far removed from the traditional.… Instead, he shows a stark, rectangular grid lit by centers of rounded forms, brilliantly colored.

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