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underscore

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
the ​character _ on a ​computer ​keyboard, used to ​draw a ​line under a ​letter or word, and also used in ​file ​names where a ​space is not ​allowed

dot

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
a very ​small round ​mark; also: the ​spoken ​form of a ​full ​stop in an internet or ​email ​address, or some ​computer ​files

tilde

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
used when writing some ​languages) a ~ ​mark made above a ​letter, ​especially n, to show that the ​letter has a ​special ​sound

cartoon

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
a ​drawing, ​especially in a ​newspaper or ​magazine, that ​tells a ​joke or makes a ​humorous ​political ​criticism

dash

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
the ​symbol – used to ​separate ​parts of a ​sentence

heading

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
words written or ​printed at the ​top of a ​text as a ​title

section

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
part or subdivision of a piece of writing, book, etc

column

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
a ​piece of writing in a ​newspaper or ​magazine, usually on a ​particular ​subject, that is always written by the same ​person and ​appears ​regularly:

front-page

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
Front-page ​information is so ​important that it ​deserves to be ​printed on the ​front ​page of a ​newspaper

comic strip

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
a ​short ​series of ​funny ​drawings with a ​small ​amount of writing, often ​published in a ​newspaper

underscore

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
the ​character _ on a ​computer ​keyboard, used to ​draw a ​line under a ​letter or word, and also used in ​file ​names where a ​space is not ​allowed

dot

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
a very ​small round ​mark; also: the ​spoken ​form of a ​full ​stop in an internet or ​email ​address, or some ​computer ​files

tilde

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
used when writing some ​languages) a ~ ​mark made above a ​letter, ​especially n, to show that the ​letter has a ​special ​sound

cartoon

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
a ​drawing, ​especially in a ​newspaper or ​magazine, that ​tells a ​joke or makes a ​humorous ​political ​criticism

dash

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
the ​symbol – used to ​separate ​parts of a ​sentence

heading

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
words written or ​printed at the ​top of a ​text as a ​title

section

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
part or subdivision of a piece of writing, book, etc

column

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
a ​piece of writing in a ​newspaper or ​magazine, usually on a ​particular ​subject, that is always written by the same ​person and ​appears ​regularly:

front-page

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
Front-page ​information is so ​important that it ​deserves to be ​printed on the ​front ​page of a ​newspaper

comic strip

subject: SCRIPT AND NEWSPAPER
a ​short ​series of ​funny ​drawings with a ​small ​amount of writing, often ​published in a ​newspaper
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