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Proper diacritics and other
special figures must be applied to texts citing foreign languages. It is
acceptable to put these in by hand if your word processor or typewriter doesn?t have the correct font.
should be used on capitals as well as lower-case characters (except for the
French preposition A).
Pellas et Mlisande
Prlude l?Aprs-midi d?un
are generally omitted from foreign words that have been adopted in American usage.
may be omitted from Latin and Greek.
?uvre but: hors
Russian and other languages not
written in Latin characters: follow The Chicago Manual of Style, which
transliterates characters into the Latin alphabet according to the system
established by the United States Board on Geographic Names and the Library of Congress.
Britishisms, such as colour,
honours, emphasise, organise, crotchet, quaver, etc., should be avoided in
American English. Students should be on guard for them when reading The New