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32caf5b1eb The sign of ellipsis can function as a floor holding device, and signal that more is to come, for instance when people break up longer turns in chat. Dot-dot-dot can be used systematically to enact linguistic politeness, for instance indicating topic change or hesitation. Suspension dots can be turn construction units to signal silence, for example when indicating disagreement, disapproval or confusion. An unbracketed ellipsis indicates an interruption or pause in speech^ ^ Goldstein, Norm, editorFourth Canadian Edition ABC DEFG HIJKLMN OPQRST UVWX YZ ABC DEFG HIJKLMN OPQRST UVWX YZ University of Chicago Press
In some legal writing, an ellipsis is written as three asterisks (*** or ***) to make it obvious that text has been omittedLook up ellipsis in Wiktionary, the free dictionaryFor other uses, see Ellipsis (disambiguation)In PolishOccasionally, it would be used in pulp fiction and other works of early 20th-century fiction to denote expletives that would otherwise have been censored.^ thefreedictionary.com ^ as coined by Virginia Woolf in her short story The Mark on The Wall -- or so do notes in Penguin Books' edition (Virginia Woolf: Selected Short Stories) suggestIn Chinese, the ellipsis is six dots (in two groups of three dots, occupying the same horizontal or vertical space as two characters) (i.e