are used chiefly for certain titles and for reporting another writer or speaker's actual words.
Self-reflexive" means "referring to itself," and the quotation marks
along with their preceding index in the sample sentence help to indicate that the word enclosed refers to the word itself rather than to the real-world, non-verbal thing the word typically represents.
82 (last alteration in original) (internal quotation marks
As you have probably noticed, in recent years we have been quite strict about maintaining the profile of CMQ as a magazine concerned with classical music (please note that I don't put quotation marks
round the expression).
As George Dei argues, we do not place quotation marks
around the words gender, age, class, sexuality or ability, even though each of these categories is socially constructed," she notes.
The quotation marks
appeared only in the first published edition - are the lines to be perceived as uttered by the urn, or to the urn, or simply about the urn by an observer?
In the title and in the body of the paper we keep "whole language" in quotation marks
to remind the readers that use of the term in the media texts that are analysed differs widely from its usage by literacy specialists.
In The Continued Concern of Scientists" by Al Huebner (March/ April 2007), a number of sentences (in their entirety or with slight modifications) and phrases were taken directly from The Republican War on Science by Chris Mooney (2005, Basic Books) but not indicated with quotation marks
But it is not too much to demand that a beautiful (or ugly) borrowed sentence be wrapped in simple quotation marks
Use double quotation marks
to enclose phrases and solicitation numbers.
A distinctive feature of On the Run with Dick and Jane is that quotation marks
are omitted from the spoken dialogue, lending the tale elements of a stream-of-consciousness feel.
The dance sequences are similarly presentational--dance numbers clearly enclosed by quotation marks