- n. Plural form of ampersand.
“Now immigrants don ` t have to make that sort of commitment, and we have the phenomenon of what I call "ampersands," people who have two nationalities, two homes in different countries, and increasingly, two citizenships.”
“See here for more examples of its various forms, and here for my earlier post about ampersands.”
“I can keep naming files with spaces and ampersands and colons cause youâll fix it all for me!”
“Shambling indie combos named Something & The Somethings are a rarer commodity than they were in 2008 following the nation's distrust of ampersands and songs with too many words in them.”
“It attracted a handful of male fashion designers with a fondness for ampersands Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos of Shipley & Halmos; Marcus Wainwright and David Neville of Rag & Bone and Andy Cohen of Bravo, though he left after a few handshakes and a warm embrace of the actress Catherine Keener for a date at a sushi restaurant in Chelsea.”
“Fill them with numbers, letters and symbols for which most of us don't even have names, like "ampersands" &.”
“* The use of ampersands in railroad company names, instead of the word and, has been adopted throughout for clarity.”
“Make sure special characters such as quotes and ampersands use the Nmemonic or Numeric format.”
“I don't know why titles with ampersands in them annoy me, but they do.”
“Let us treat them to serifs and ampersands and ligatures.”
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