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I believe you need a nonbreaking hyphen. It'll keep the characters before and after it from breaking across lines. From Butterick's Practical Typography: Your word proces­sor as­sumes that any hy­phen marks a safe place to flow the text onto a new line or page. Sim­i­lar to the non­break­ing space, the non­break­ing hy­phen looks iden­ti­cal to a ...


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Underlines are only used to indicate hyperlinks; they should not be used for emphasis. When you have a block of italicized text, and you have a phrase which would normally be italicized in book or roman text, make your italic phrase book. The ball python, also known as Python regius, is a nonvenomous python species found in Africa. This is the smallest ...


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Your thesis is motivated by some need. Novelty is hiding there. Areas of Novelty Consider at least these areas where your thesis might offer something new: Phenomena being researched. Even if the general topic has been researched to death, your research explores some specific detail that has not been studied before. That's novelty. Your research was ...


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The Style Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA, 2009, pp. 104-106) is very clear on the use of italics. Note especially the bold section (bold emphasis mine): Use italics for titles of books, periodicals, films exception: italic words in the title (reverse italicization) genera, species, and varietes introduction of a new ...


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Italics are used to emphasize words in general writing, but in technical writing you may have to use them for other forms of distinctive treatment. For that reason, I do not use italics (or bold) for emphasis. Generally, I use bold to highlight terms that I think the reader won't know. I only use italics when my style guide calls for them. I generally ignore ...


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In answer to the question you need to find books about academic publishing. also, many scholarly journals have their own guideline for publications. Best if you read all you can about the academic publishing process to improve your chances to be published. try also to look at answers in the Academia StackExchange. If you are not speaking about research ...


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A disproportionate researchers fail to write the thesis. The number is so large that there is an acronym for it ABD - All But Dissertation. In general projects (PhD can be thought of as project) fail when there is a large untested block of work to be done at the very end. To succeed in a project that large block must be broken into small chunks that can be ...


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I would think yes, since "in order" is a bit superfluous, but there are always exceptions in context. You can probably take it out most of the time (like 85 to 90 percent).



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