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Symbol of Resistivity
The symbol for electrical resistivity is represented by the Greek letter "ρ" (rho). The unit of electrical resistivity in the International System of Units (SI) is ohm-meter (Ω·m). Resistivity is a m…
I
I glyph as in "I am"
Acclamation Point
An unconventional punctuation mark indicating an enthusiastic demonstration of honor, goodwill, or welcome.
Asterism
The asterism is used to draw attention to a passage of text, or divide chapters, verses, and other segments in a piece of writing.
Authority Point
An unconventional punctuation mark intended to convey a note of expertise.
Certitude Point
An unconventional punctuation mark used to let the reader know that the writer is absolutely certain something is true.
Doubt Point
An unconventional punctuation mark used when the writer wants to end a sentence with a skeptical tone.
ElRey
An unconventional punctuation mark between a period and excalamation point.
Exclamation Comma
An unconventional punctuation mark that allows the writer to use an exclamation point in the middle of a sentence.
Period (Friendly)
An unconventional punctuation mark which combats misperception of a period by lightening the tone of what would otherwise be read as a bitter or sarcastic sentence.
Period (Impartial)
An unconventional punctuation mark that indicates a lack of hostility or other emotion.
Hemidemisemicolon
An unconventional punctuation mark capable of taking the place of periods, commas, and semicolons.
Ironieteken
An unconventional punctuation mark intended to convey irony.
Irony Mark
An unconventional punctuation mark that indicates a state of affairs that is contrary to what one expects, and is often used to evoke humor.
Love Point
An unconventional punctuation mark intended to denote a statement of affection.
Question Comma
This unconventional punctuation mark allows the writer to use a question mark in the middle of a sentence since the period element has been replaced by a comma.
Rhetorical Question Mark
An unconventional punctuation mark that indicates a rhetorical question.
Sarcastisies
An unconventional punctuation mark that conveys a sarcastic sentence.
SarcMark
An unconventional punctuation mark meant to telegraph sarcasm.
Mockwotation Marks
An unconventional punctuation mark meant to indicate that the person who is being quoted is being mocked.
Sinceroid
An unconventional punctuation mark meant to indicate that the writer is being sincere, as opposed to conveying any other emotion.
Snark Mark
This unconventional punctuation mark helps the reader understand when the meaning of a sentence is different than what the sum of its words appear to mean.
Snark Mark (Variant)
This unconventional punctuation mark helps the reader understand when the meaning of a sentence is different than what the sum of its words appear to mean.
Superellipses
An unconventional punctuation mark that conveys a dramatic pause.

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A Cambodia
B Belarus
C Nepal
D Bhutan

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