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    In a story, what does a blank gap on the page, with a swirly pattern within it mean? What is it called? Is it on a keyboard? Is * * * used instead of it? How many asterisks should you use? How many lines should you leave blank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scripto View Post
    In a story, what does a blank gap on the page, with a swirly pattern within it mean? What is it called? Is it on a keyboard? Is * * * used instead of it? How many asterisks should you use? How many lines should you leave blank?
    You'll have to give me another clue!

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