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Placement of period after abbreviation inside quotation marks
The most common one is "vs.."
The most common one is "vs.".
The most common one is "vs."
Which of the above features the correct usage of a period after an abbreviation inside quotation marks?
And, also, which of the below is correct?
Richard, Rich, Rick, etc..
Richard, Rich, Rick, etc.