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=== Titles of people <span id="Titles"></span>===<!-- The preceding Span tag is the target for any existing links to this section that may use the misleading old section title (which suggests titles of *article pages*) -->
{{main|Wikipedia:Manual of Style (capital letters)#Titles of people}}
* '''In generic use''', apply lower case for words such as ''president'', ''king'', and ''emperor'' ({{xt|De Gaulle was a French president}}; {{xt|Louis XVI was a French king}}; {{xt|Three prime ministers attended the conference}}).
: Use italics for the titles of works of literature and art, such as books, pamphlets, films (including short films), television series, music albums, and paintings. The titles of articles, chapters, songs, television episodes, and other short works are not italicized; they are enclosed in double quotation marks.
:Italics are not used for major revered religious works ({{xt|the Bible}}, {{xt|the Qur'an}}, {{xt|the Talmud}}).
; <span id="Words as words" ></span><!--This span creates a #-link target that is used elsewhere-->Words as words
: Use italics when ''mentioning'' a word or letter (see [[Use–mention distinction]]) or a string of words up to one full sentence ({{xt|the term ''panning'' is derived from ''panorama'', a word coined in 1787}}; {{xt|the most commonly used letter in English is ''e''}}). When a whole sentence is mentioned, quotation marks may be used instead, with consistency ({{xt|The preposition in ''She sat on the chair'' is ''on''}}; or {{xt|The preposition in "She sat on the chair" is "on"}}). ''Mentioning'' (to discuss such features as grammar, wording, and punctuation) is different from ''quoting'' (in which something is usually expressed on behalf of a quoted source).
; Foreign words
: Use italics for phrases in other languages and for isolated [[Wikipedia:Manual of Style (text formatting)#Foreign terms|foreign words]] that are not common in everyday English. Proper names (such as place names) in other languages, however, are not usually italicized.
; <span id="Italics and quotations" ></span><!--This span creates a #-link target that is used elsewhere in this page.-->Quotations in italics
: For quotations, use only quotation marks (for short quotations) or block quoting (for long ones), not italics. (See [[#Quotations|Quotations]] below.) This means that (1) a quotation is not italicized inside quotation marks or a block quote just because it is a quotation, and (2) italics are no substitute for proper quotation formatting. One way to distinguish long block quotes from ordinary text is to use {{tl|quotation}}, which will box the text. Citation links may not work within such templates; if so, it may be necessary to use <nowiki><blockquote> and </blockquote></nowiki>.
; Italics within quotations
== Numbers ==
{{see also|WP:MOSNUM#Numbers}}
<span id="Spelling out numbers" ></span><!--This span preserved an old heading name so that #-links still have valid targets.-->
 
The principles behind the writing of a number are:
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