But at the same time, we never used the Israeli descriptions of saboteurs or terrorists, unless, also, it was a direct quote
from and Israeli source.
Schweiger chose a different quote and indicated that her selection was a direct quote
from a student.
Whatever the length of the direct quote
, be sure that you have copied words and punctuation exactly and noted the page number(s).
Ryan said that Morrow only rejoined the commentary as he finished describing the humorous movie scene, adding that the word used to describe the character was a direct quote
from the film and there was no offence intended, so he will not be apologizing as it would be insincere.
Dan Robinson "School governors are permitted by law to appoint only practising Catholics to senior roles and headteachers are expected to abide by Catholic principles." A direct quote
from the article, therefore they haven't done anything wrong.
In the Fall 2013 Baseball Research Journal, Norman Macht and Robert Warrington's article "The Veracity of Veeck" attributed a direct quote
to researcher and writer Paul Dickson without citation.
The idea that: "He's not that into you if he hasn't phoned you by lunchtime, Wednesday to arrange the weekend agenda," was met with a belly laugh and a direct quote
from her man: "Saturday?
Not a direct quote
. It wasn't the words which he had uttered.
* And the current spot for pounds to euros is quoted as [pounds sterling]1.00 = [euro]6.00 (the "direct quote
In an article, if it''s a direct quote
then it stands, otherwise I'd expect to see "police" used.
Here's a direct quote
: "I want to take this opportunity to thank you and all the folks we've been dealing with so far at RM.
But there was no such direct quote
in the Rheinische Post's print edition.