One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A symbol formed from two apostrophes (〃) representing ‘ditto’.
- ‘Those folks were not empty heads waiting to be filled with ditto marks.’
- ‘The links in their blogrolls could simply be replaced with ditto marks and it wouldn't affect them at all.’
- ‘‘Let go,’ she encouraged me, using air ditto marks and winking at me again cheekily.’
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