Talk:tittle

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Additional quotations[edit]

  1. Two additional quotations: (Beobach972 14 November 2010)
    • 1949, John Baker Opdycke, Mark my words: a guide to modern usage and expression:
      Tittle means anything as small as the dot over i, the cedilla under soft c, the accent mark over vise; thus, anything minute.
    • 1990, Peter Shaffer, Lettice and lovage: a comedy:
      I shall read and read! I shall commit to memory every recorded fact about the River! I shall not depart from them by so much as one cedilla! - not a jot or tittle!

RFV-passed[edit]

As discussed here. — Beobach 06:14, 21 November 2010 (UTC)