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==Italics==
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:Italics are used ''sparingly'' to emphasize words in sentences (bolding is normally not used at all for this purpose). Generally, the more highlighting in an article, the less the effect of each instance.
 
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:Italics are used for the titles of works of literature and art, such as books, paintings and musical albums. The titles of articles, chapters, songs and other short works are not italicized, but are enclosed in double quotation marks.
:Italics are used when ''mentioning'' a word or letter (see [[Use–mention distinction]]) or a string of words up to a full sentence: "The term ''panning'' is derived from ''panorama'', a word coined in 1787"; "The most commonly used letter in English is ''e''". For a whole sentence, quotation marks may be used instead: "The preposition in ''She sat on the chair'' is ''on''", or "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).
 
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:Wikipedia prefers italics for phrases in other languages and for isolated [[Wikipedia:Manual of Style (text formatting)#Foreign terms|foreign words]] that do not yet have everyday use in non-specialized English.
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