The ellipsis, or "…" is a written construct that means "you fill in the missing part." In a quote, it means "something is missing here."
The Chicago Manual of Style states, "Ellipsis points suggest faltering or fragmented speech accompanied by confusion, insecurity, distress, or uncertainty."
Compare this to the period, or ".".
A period says, "This thought is complete." It is the sign of a complete sentence. There is a subject, a predicate containing a verb and an object. All appropriate adjectives, adverbs and participles have been included. Nothing more is needed.
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