If the title of one italicized work contains the title of another that would also be italicized, both MLA and APA prefer that the second work appear in plain type (reverse italicization) rather than quotation marks
In doing so, we should note that others have complained about having quotation marks
refer, having them refer to shapes, and having the demonstrata be linguistic tokens (i.
A supermarket in Dallas not only advertises Krab Legs, but surrounds that concoction with quotation marks
At the same time, whether to use quotation marks
around a word - a serious word like terrorist at that - especially where information is second-hand and from a tightly controlled official source is an editorial choice.
I index the quotation marks
that surround the words I am talking about.
PAUL, TAXATION FOR PROSPERITY 277 (1947) (internal quotation marks
The student must attribute the quote with a tag (such as According to historian David McCullough), use quotation marks
, and cite the source in parentheses as described above.
The sentence was not put in quotation marks
in the article, evidently because Russo was paraphrasing Mayor Kitty Piercy rather than actually quoting her.
I say 'surprise' in quotation marks
because I had been warned in some letter some months ago.
Although there are imperfections in the translated story, such as occasionally missing quotation marks
, manga fans will want all three volumes.
I use quotation marks
as there has to be some doubt about whose interests he served, other than his own.
The launch was put back after officials discovered the software did not recognise pound or euro signs, apostrophes and quotation marks