Prominent uses::Interrobang


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Prominent uses The State Library of New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia, uses an interrobang as its logo.<ref></ref>

Chief Judge Frank H. Easterbrook used an interrobang in the 2012 Seventh Circuit opinion Robert F. Booth Trust v. Crowley.<ref name="Volokh">{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref>

Punctuate! Theatre, an Edmonton, Alberta not-for-profit theatre company, uses the Palatino Linotype interrobang in its logo.<ref></ref>

The independent game company Interabang Entertainment uses an interrobang as their icon and in their wordmark.<ref></ref>

Interrobang Cartel is a musical group associated with Kibology.

The comedic duo The Dueling Fools make reference to it when performing at various Renaissance Festivals.

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