Writing: A College Handbook - Quotation Marks and Quoting (Ch. 32)
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Use double quotation marks (“ ”) to enclose any words, phrases, or short passages quoted from speech, writing, or printed matter. Quoted passages must normally be accompanied by tags identifying the speaker or writer; see 26.1.
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