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[16th ed.] 12.62 Marking italic type
12.62 Marking italic type The editor of a mathematical text...should either underline all copy that is to be set in italics or give general instructions...to the typesetter to set all single-letter mathematical objects in italics unless they are...

[16th ed.] 12.11 Italic letters and kerning
12.11 Italic letters and kerning...Although italic letters are used to denote mathematical objects, mathematical expressions...require special treatment in typesetting. In particular, contiguous italic letters must...

[16th ed.] 7.47 Italics for emphasis
Emphasis 7.47 Italics for emphasis...Use italics for emphasis only as an occasional adjunct to efficient...sentence structure. Overused, italics quickly lose their force. Seldom should as much...

[16th ed.] 2.14 Italics, underline, and boldface
construed by publishers to mean italics, italics should be used instead wherever italics ...in fact intends underlining rather than italics to appear in certain instances in the published work...

[16th ed.] 6.2 Punctuation and italics
Punctuation and italics All punctuation marks should appear in the...same font — roman or italic — as the main or surrounding text, except for punctuation that...as a word (see 7.58 ). Of course, it may be difficult to tell whether a comma is in italics or not...

[16th ed.] 8.161 Italics versus quotation marks for titles
Titles of Works » Capitalization, Punctuation, and Italics ...8.161 Italics versus quotation marks for titles...The choice of italics or quotation marks for a title of a work cited in text or...

[16th ed.] 7.49 Italics for unfamiliar foreign words and phrases
Foreign Words 7.49 Italics for...unfamiliar foreign words and phrases Italics are used for isolated words... italics may be retained....

[16th ed.] 3.83 “N” versus “n”
Paragraph 3.83: “N” versus “n” from the Chicago Manual of Style Online.

[16th ed.] 11.120 Titles of Russian works
sparingly than our italic and never for book titles. In transliterations, however, italic should be...

[16th ed.] 11.114 Hebrew capitalization and italics
11.114 Hebrew capitalization and italics ...capitalization altogether. As always, the author must ensure internal consistency. For italics in romanized...

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