The comma (,) is a punctuation mark, and it appears in several variants in various languages
The exclamation mark or exclamation point is a punctuation mark usually used after an interjection or exclamation to indicate strong feelings or high volume (shouting), and often marks the end of a s…
The question mark (?; also known as an interrogation point, interrogation mark, question point, query, or eroteme), is a punctuation mark that replaces the full stop (period) at the end of an interro…
The semicolon (;) is a punctuation mark with several uses. The Italian printer Aldus Manutius the Elder established the practice of using the semicolon to separate words of opposed meaning and to ind…
The slash (/) is a sign used as a punctuation mark and for various other purposes. It is often called a forward slash (a retronym used to distinguish the slash from the backslash, "\"), and many othe…
An ampersand (or epershand; "&") is a logogram representing the conjunction word "and". This symbol is a ligature of the letters et, Latin for "and".
An asterisk (*; Late Latin: asteriscus, from Greek: ἀστερίσκος, asteriskos, "little star") is a typographical symbol or glyph. It is so called because it resembles a conventional image of a star.
The at sign @ is also commonly called the at symbol, ampersat, apetail or commercial at in English—and less commonly a wide range of other terms
Caret is an inverted V-shaped grapheme. Specifically, caret commonly refers to the spacing character ^ in ASCII (at code point 5Ehex) and other character sets that may also be called a hat, control, …
Number sign is a name for the symbol #, which is used for a variety of purposes, including the designation of a number (for example, "#1" stands for "number one"). The symbol is defined in Unicode as…
The numero sign or numero symbol, № (also represented as Nº, No, or No.) is a typographic abbreviation of the word number indicating ordinal numeration, especially in names and titles.
The Trademark Symbol, in Unicode U+2122 ™ trade mark sign (HTML: ™ ™), is a symbol used to indicate an assertion that the preceding mark is a trademark.
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The Israeli Armored Corps (Hebrew: חיל השריון, Heil HaShiryon) is a corps of the Israel Defense Forces, since 1998 subordinate to GOC Army Headquarters. The Armored Corps is the principal maneuverin…
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The Israeli GOC Army headquarters (Hebrew: זרוע היבשה, Zro'a HaYabasha, "Ground Arm"), known unofficially as Mazi, is a multi-corps command headquarters created in 1998, which amalgamates the ground…
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Represents mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD).
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Represents choking game awareness/advocacy.
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Represents rheumatoid arthritis awareness.
|Burgundy and ivory awareness ribbon|
Represents head and neck cancer awareness.
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Associated with chronic migraine awareness (newly established by some migraine support groups).
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Represents neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia (NAIT) awareness.
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Issued in honor of the 65th anniversary of the complete liberation of Leningrad from the Nazi block during World War II; colors refer to color blocks Medal for the Defense of Leningrad.
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The black and blue awareness ribbon represents several causes:
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Also known as the Ribbon of Saint George. Commemoration of World War II in Post-Soviet countries
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Used in Omaha, Nebraska after a deadly shooting at Millard South High School (the colors are the school's colors).
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The Red and Black Ribbon is used on Atheist Solidarity Day.