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- Punctuation for Court Reporters - Great Reference Book Acceptable condition
Cover is damaged with some water damage. Inside looks good. When should you use a semicolon instead of a comma? What's the proper length of a transcript paragraph? When should you use a dash? The answers to these and hundreds of other questions can be found in Punctuation for Court Reporters, an updated edition of the venerable classic by legendary New York court reporter Nat Weiss. Whether you're an experienced court reporter or just starting out, this resource covers everything you need to know to master this complex subject. Used in good condition.
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