31/10/2012 10:40

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Ellipsis is either
the omission from a sentence or other construction of one or more words that would complete or clarify the construction, as the omission of who are, while I am, or while we are from I like to interview people sitting down. or 

the omission of one or more items from a construction in order to avoid repeating the identical or equivalent items that are in a preceding or following construction, as the omission of been to Paris from the second clause of I've been to Paris, but they haven't. 

We use three dots such as #. . .# to represent this.
It is very wrong to use more than or less than three dots.