(1) Rice-Oxley will not only be an authorial presence on stage though, as the accompanying music is a recording of her singing Latin phrases to punctuate the English text.(2) Commands and injunctions, as I suggested, punctuate the text from the outset.(3) Detail shots featuring blow-ups of these reflections punctuate the transcript like posters in a man-hunt for the missing photographer.(4) style manuals tell you how to punctuate(5) And the politically correct asides that punctuate the text - theology is outdated, Roman battle descriptions are offensive - are irksome.(6) Sunken courtyards, which will be colonised, punctuate the building and create pleasantly lit corridors, giving natural light to most practice and teaching rooms.(7) As long as the unipolar moment lasts, then, unconventional attacks like that on the Cole or on the Khobar Towers or the ambush of the Rangers in Mogadishu will continue to punctuate the headlines.(8) Three dozen illustrations punctuate Stokes's reissued text of 1934.(9) Attempts at singing punctuate the record, and though Mos Def's technique is unconventional and amateurish, his efforts still manage to remain somewhat charming.(10) Similar scenes punctuate a text marked by an assiduous application to the school of Ernest Hemingway, no bad model for any writer, though a notoriously difficult one to imitate.(11) they should be shown how to set out and punctuate direct speech(12) She cleaned his clothes when they were dirty; she worshipped him when he didn't believe he was anything; she edited his writing when he forgot to punctuate .(13) They fumble with sheets of paper and index cards, and mumble and punctuate every five words with ├ö├ç├┐um├ö├ç├û.(14) I have to pick through and revise the text, space it, and punctuate it, to make it readable and suitable for use.(15) It has not escaped my notice that the older authors like to punctuate with a semicolon where the illocutionary force changes; but that is hardly enough to indicate that we are not dealing with coordination.(16) At Nili's bedside, she reads her latest novel, extracts of which punctuate the text.