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  1. Parkes, M.B. (1992). "Pause and Effect: An Introduction to the History of Punctuation in the West". Aldershot: Scolar Press.
  2. Coulmas, F. (1996). The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Writing Systems. Oxford: Blackwell.
  3. Time magazine, June 3, 1966, "Engineer's Esthetic", pg. 64.
  4. "Minimalism". theartstory.org. Retrieved July 2, 2017.
  5. "Absurdism and the Theatre of the Absurd on the Internet". Google News. passim. Retrieved Jul 22 2017.
  6. Daigle, Robert W. (1991). "The reductio ad absurdum argument prior to Aristotle". Master's Thesis. San Jose State Univ. Retrieved August 22, 2012.
  7. Daniel Marzona, Uta Grosenick; Minimal Art Books.google.com. Retrieved July 20, 2017.
  8. Saito, (Winter 2007), "The Moral Dimension of Japanese Aesthetics", The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, vol.65, no. 1. pg. 87.
  9. Aparicio, Luis (1966). History of the Period Piece, Houghton Miflin.
  10. Stop! In the Name of Love (1966) – The Supremes, Motown Records.
  11. Maranville, Walter "Rabbit" (1915). How to Play Shortstop, Merkle Press.
  12. Stopwatch Collectors Guide, Kresge (2009 ed.).
  13. Bus Stop. Joshua Logan, director, 20th Century Fox (1956).
  14. Ranking Full Stop – The Beat, B-side of Tears of a Clown, 2 Tone Records CHS TT6 (1980).
  15. Stop Stop Stop (1966) – The Hollies, Parlophone Records.
  16. Little Dot comics, Harvey 1953-1982, passim.

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