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If it is a published manual or handbook, it should go by the same rule. The title is written Drainage Design Manual. If the specific volume or table has a title, the title is enclosed in quotation marks. If it has a number, it would be referred to as vol. 6, table 8, 8775 Parking Lot Drainage Requirements, 8776 for example.
Saul Bass’s lasting legacy also enabled us to leave our mark on the title sequence as its creators. Today, many designers forget that they have the right to sign their creations. In the sixties, signing the main title (See Maurice Binder, Fritz Frileng) was proof of authenticity, as with a painting.
Your first sentence is not grammatically correct. It could be written Similes used in different situations have different effects. Your second sentence is incomplete as written. It could be written An example of this is 8775 the quiet lake is like a mirror. 8776 There is not a second period after the quotation marks. Your last sentence is correct as written.
In response to rapid metropolitan expansion, urban renewal projects sought an order in which more significant kinds of conflict, more complex and intellectually stimulating kinds of disharmony, may take place (Mumford 985).
Won awards in national contests for promotional efforts related to the movie releases of Disney 8767 s The Lion King, Pocahontas , and Toy Story.
Which is correct or better to use in these examples?
Where italics are unavailable, normal quotation marks are the next best option based on extrapolation of The Chicago Manual of Style 8766 s recommendation that 8775 Titles of long or short works appearing within an italicized title are enclosed in quotation marks. 8776 Perhaps Facebook will provide italics if enough users contact them about the problem.
Your mother used to say 8775 All 8767 s well that ends well. 8776 with quotation marks being appropriate whether or not she 8767 s alive. We still quote Mark Twain with quotation marks, and his death is no longer exaggerated.
You 8767 re running into that same problem that 8767 s prompted the use of all caps on Facebook, and that used to standardize underlining titles: when technology makes it difficult to use the notation you want! That 8767 s a fantastic quote nonetheless.
If the event sounds straightforward and generic, capitals would seem sufficient: National Speakers Forum.
But if the event has a more personalized, playful, or fanciful name, quotation marks may be a good option: 8775 Days of Madness Convention 7569. 8776
R and ((grammar)) are incorrect and rude. To curtly tell someone to 8775 Get it right! 8776 is mean. Please folks, if you have not yet taken college level English 656 (to learn to argue) or even a high school debate class, please do so.
Since your question is not clearly stated, I will take a guess and answer it the best we can. The answer depends on what kind of program it is. Plays and television programs are italicized. If it is a class or course of study, it should not be underlined or italicized, but it should be capitalized. Brochures or pamphlets should be treated like book titles and italicized. Since it is a title, it should be capitalized. If this is a meeting or conference, it should be enclosed in quotation marks.