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Ian McMillan: It’s a tiny movement that hardly disturbs any air
I like punctuation, and I like relating to it in Yorkshire ways. Here’s the dropped flat cap of the full stop, and the slipping flat cap of the comma. Here come the waves on the moonlit beach at Scarborough that is the semicolon, and the reflected moon on the calm waters off Brid that is the colon. And the ellipsis…? Well, that’s three Yorkshire puddings on a plate, obviously, and the question mark and the exclamation mark follow the emotions of the Yorkshire football fan as they prepare for the new season. Will we get promoted? Of course we’ll get promoted!
 

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