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'round and 'round the mulberry bush.
the apostrophe used to indicate the shortened word "around"; is this a standard apostrophe pointing downward and to the left or is it something called an inverted comma that is referenced in Elements of Typo Style? Basically a backwards apostrophe. only because you're removing something before the apostrophe rather than placing an S after a letter... thanks