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In the Dutch language, the word 't (Dutch pronunciation: [/ət/]) is a contraction of the article "het", meaning "the". 't can be found as a tussenvoegsel, a word that is positioned between a person's first and last name. Careful writers should use a right quotation mark (unicode 2019) in front of the t and not confuse it with a left quotation mark (unicode 2018).[citation needed]