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[Forum] Putting terms in quotes or italicizing them
In the below sentence, should 'inguistic prophylaxis' be in quotation marks, Italicized, or both? Alongside Stewart, who emphasizes the role of “linguistic prophylaxis” to avoid the swaggering and bombastic side of self-writing... Thank you in advance for the clarification.

[Forum] Capitalization of map titles
Howdy folks! I'm having trouble finding a clear rule on this--should the titles of specific maps be capitalized and italicized as in the case of specific articles or books? (i.e. [i]Beinecke Map[/i] and [i]Metztitlán Map[/i]) Thanks!

[Forum] 1. Titles to TV programs 2. Italicizing phrases in a foreign language
Does anyone know in which edition of the CMOS the titles of TV programs went from being enclosed in quotation marks to being italicized? The 13th edition had TV program titles (e.g., "Sesame Street") enclosed in quotation marks. Also, how serious a lapse is enclosing a TV program title in quotation

[Forum] RE: Ancient Sources Annotation
I don't think it's both italicized and quoted. [url=]This[/url].

[Forum] RE: Is Huffpost italicized
The name of the aggregator is internally capitalized as [i]HuffPost[/i]. Whether it should be set in italics or roman is difficult to determine, as it sits in a gray area, as mentioned explicitly in [url=]CMOS 8.192[/url].

[Forum] RE: Cap "the Pledge"?
I figured she only italicized it to indicate to us which words she was referring too, not that she would do so in the document. Good example of a shortened title that would still remain capped. I would still lowercase "the pledge" though. After the class said the pledge, they sat down and g

[Forum] Italicize exclamation point
“[i]You started a fire in the kitchen[/i]!” Andrew said. In this work of fiction, the dialogue of certain characters appears in italics to indicate they are speaking in their native tongue (not English). In the quote above, should the exclamation point be italicized?

[Forum] RE: Questionable plural of word treated as word?
Alternatively, could these work (regardless of whether Chicago would use them)? “was”es, “his”es, “is”es, “as”es, “us”es, "and"s, "or"s etc. These are definitely easier to read than the italicized versions, no? Simply place the word as a word to be pluralized inside of quotation marks follo

[Forum] News sites without print equivalents
Check out CMOS 14.212, News Services. "Names of news services, as opposed to newspapers, are capitalized but not italicized."

[Forum] RE: Remembered Dialogue-italics, quotation marks, or nothing
Is this female character also the narrator? There's no reason why remembered dialogue should be treated any different from any other dialogue - in quotes, not italicized.

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