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In Punctuation and Capitalization

What is the punctuation for am?

If by "am" you are referring to time, below is an example of Associated Press style: 10:30 a.m.
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Punctuation after such as is what?

i believe there is a comma. but i also believe there can be a colon. Ex: There are many kinds of fruits such as, bananas, oranges and apples. Ex: There are many kinds of ( Full Answer )
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What types of punctuation are there?

There are different types of punctuation such as periods, commas, exclamation marks, question marks, quotation marks, apostrophe's, colons, semicolons, hyphens, parentheses, a ( Full Answer )
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How do you punctuate correctly?

Punctuation symbols ( . , ? ! "" () : ; ) show when a speaker or character takes a breath, is silent, starts a new thought, asks a question, says something sharply, or is tal ( Full Answer )
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How do you punctuate however?

At the end of a sentence, put comma before. At the beginning of a sentence, put comma after.
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How do you punctuate ie?

It goes inside parenthesis and is punctuated with periods and a comma. For example: Joe likes fruit (i.e., their taste, texture, and their beautiful colors.)
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What is punctuate?

punctuation and capitalization is basically what you use to make written words sound like it is actually being said to you.... it makes sentences more easier to comprehend
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How do punctuate a Bible?

There is no need. If you look at a bible you will find it is already puntuated.
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What are the punctuation codons?

The three codons UAA (ochre), UAG (amber), and UGA (opal) that do not code for an amino acid but act as signals for the termination of protein synthesis.
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Is full punctuation a type of punctuation?

It's not a specific punctuation mark. It refers to using full (all) punctuation marks where necessary.