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Deca Warriors
Deca Warriors is a cricket team and sports management entity based in Kishoreganj, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The team was founded on May 13, 2024, by Sajidul Islam Roudro and is currently owned by Qais Moha…
added by srevans
12 days ago
Gungnir
Symbol of Gungnir, Odin's spear.
added by babylon
1 month ago
How to Do My Homework Fast: Tips & Tricks
Individual homework is one of the types of independent work for schoolchildren and students. It is necessary for improving their level of knowledge and skills. Each task contains special requirements…
added by courtneye
2 months ago
Derf
Derf is a fictional number, specifically an integer, between six and seven, created as a joke and featured on television show iCarly.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Thrembo
Thrembo is a fictional number, specifically an integer, between six and seven, created and spread on social media as a joke.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Superellipses
An unconventional punctuation mark that conveys a dramatic pause.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
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.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
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.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Sinceroid
An unconventional punctuation mark meant to indicate that the writer is being sincere, as opposed to conveying any other emotion.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Mockwotation Marks
An unconventional punctuation mark meant to indicate that the person who is being quoted is being mocked.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
SarcMark
An unconventional punctuation mark meant to telegraph sarcasm.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Sarcastisies
An unconventional punctuation mark that conveys a sarcastic sentence.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Rhetorical Question Mark
An unconventional punctuation mark that indicates a rhetorical question.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
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punctuation mark allows the writer to use a question mark in the middle of a sentence since the period element has been replaced by a comma.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Love Point
An unconventional punctuation mark intended to denote a statement of affection.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
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.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Ironieteken
An unconventional punctuation mark intended to convey irony.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Interrobang
An unconventional punctuation mark intended to combine the functions of the question mark and exclamation point.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Hemidemisemicolon
An unconventional punctuation mark capable of taking the place of periods, commas, and semicolons.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Period (Impartial)
An unconventional punctuation mark that indicates a lack of hostility or other emotion.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
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.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Exclamation Comma
An unconventional punctuation mark that allows the writer to use an exclamation point in the middle of a sentence.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
ElRey
An unconventional punctuation mark between a period and excalamation point.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Doubt Point
An unconventional punctuation mark used when the writer wants to end a sentence with a skeptical tone.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago
Certitude Point
An unconventional punctuation mark used to let the reader know that the writer is absolutely certain something is true.
added by Gehïrnfehler
3 months ago

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