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Question 1: This is most commonly seen in email messages and ________ posts, while it is almost never seen in blog posts.
UsenetInstant messagingE-mailInternet forum

Question 2: Though matters of accuracy still remain, features such as Amazon.com's Search Inside the Book and ________ may serve to alleviate such concerns.
GmailYouTubeGoogle BooksGoogle Books Library Project

Question 3: A quotation can also refer to the repeated use of units of any other form of expression, especially parts of artistic works: elements of a painting, scenes from a movie or sections from a ________.
Music industryClassical musicMusic theoryMusical composition

Question 4: Quotations are also popular as a user's personal message, a line under the user's nickname in some ________ clients (and here they often go uncited).
Pidgin (software)SkypeICQInstant messaging

Question 5: The increase of written means of informal communication brought about by the ________ has produced the practice of using quotations as personal flags, as in one's own signature block.
Internet Relay ChatE-mailWorld Wide WebInternet

Question 6: The sheer bulk of online quotations, combined with more efficient search engines, has effectively made the ________ the world's quotation storehouse, encompassing an unprecedented number of easily obtainable quotations.
InternetInternet Relay ChatWorld Wide WebE-mail

Question 7: ________
T. S. EliotThe Waste LandJohn MiltonList of book titles taken from literature

Question 8: A quotation is the repetition of one expression as part of another one, particularly when the quoted expression is well-known or explicitly attributed (as by ________) to its original source, and it is indicated by (punctuated with) quotation marks.
The MLA Style ManualCitationParenthetical referencingStyle guide
















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