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Use of quotation marks around simple descriptive terms can often seem to imply something doubtful regarding the material being quoted; sarcasm or weasel words, like «supposedly» or «so-called», might be inferred. Use the active voice: It is concise. Be consistent in the use of terminology, tone and style of writing. Title of Album, Example of Chicago Citation for Recordings In the footnotes and endnotes: In the bibliography: Tiesto. Use of periods for abbreviations and acronyms should be consistent within any given article and congruent with the variety of English used by that article. In longer abbreviations (three letters or more) that incorporate the country’s initials (USN, USAF), do not use periods. The New York Times, April 17, 2011, Accessed May 30, 2011 at Official Report (Governmental, Non-Governmental, In Print or On-Line) National Institute of Mental Health. 1971. Center for Studies of Crime and Delinquency.


Correct: An Eye for an Eye Correct: Worth the Fighting For Capitalization in foreign-language titles varies, even over time within the same language; generally, retain the style of the original for modern works, and follow the usage in English-language reliable sources for historical works. Example of Chicago Citation for Books with Multiple Authors When citing e-books, include the URL or the DOI. The URL or DOI should be the last part of the citation. In the bibliography: Shohat, Ella and Robert Stam. Edited by the Association of Legal Writing Directors and Darby Dickerson. Clare demanded that he drive to the supermarket; she knew he hated driving. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Law Review Association, 2005. Also available at Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation. 6th ed. In English and French.

Very short or very long sections and subsections in an article look cluttered and inhibit the flow of the prose. One of the reasons this happens is that every stub template generates a stub category, and those stub categories appear after the «main» categories. The further reading section should not duplicate the content of the External links section, and should normally not duplicate the content of the References section, unless the References section is too long for a reader to use as part of a general reading list. Capitalization of «The»[edit] Main page: Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Capital letters § Capitalization of «The» Generally, do not capitalize the mid-sentence: throughout the United Kingdom, not throughout The United Kingdom. For Wikipedia not being a manual, see WP:NOTMANUAL. The Manual of Style (abbreviated as MoS or MOS) is the style manual for all Wikipedia articles.

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