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Don’t use quality by itself as an adjective. Instead, use a modifier and hyphenate. For example, high-quality, studio-quality.

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quick, quickly

Avoid using. Quick or quickly is a relative term, and in most cases, you can express the same meaning of a sentence without using these terms.

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Don’t use to refer to the action of closing a program, window, or a connection. Instead use close, stop, or end.

See also close, end, exit, interrupt, stop.

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quotation marks

Not quotes or quote marks. Quote is a verb, and quotation is an adjective or a noun.

For more information, see Quotation marks.

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Don’t use quote to refer to cited content. Instead, use quotation.

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