The ampersand is an ancient Roman symbol derived from the ligature or combination into one character of the e and t in the Latin et, meaning and.
There's a red ampersand imposed over their chests.
To avoid any further confusion, though, Ryan took the ampersand out of the show's title and replaced it with a slash.
But what is so special about the ampersand , specifically, in regard to this?
An accelerator key (marked with an underline beneath the letter that you would use on the label of a button) can be set with an ampersand placed in front of the letter you are using.
He utilizes the ampersand as a ‘measured pause’ which allows the reader, like the musician, to breathe while playing/singing.
But Gilbert & George (the ampersand is vital) never grew up.
Most of my coding validates, but when it doesn't it's usually due to the fact that there's an ampersand or something like that in a link and it doesn't like it.
On the homepage, doing a quick validation, there's only one error that doesn't come from that code, and that's because I put an ampersand on the page without properly encoding it.
Still its nice to see clearly, I'd forgotten that an ampersand was not in fact solid blobs of black with a tail but had spaces in between.