- Jargon is the special vocabulary and terminologies used by a certain class or occupational group. Avoid jargon.
- When the use of jargon is suitable in a specific context, provide explanations of words that would be unfamiliar to readers.
- Refers to the 2010-2011 Tunisian Revolution that ousted former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and sparked the impetus for the Arab Spring. See revolutions.
- The holy war. Italicize.
- Acronyms for Joint Photographic Experts Group. Acronym is acceptable in all references.
- Always capitalize and use periods.
- Use the abbreviations Jr. and Sr. only with people’s full names, and do not precede with a comma: Paul Smith Jr.
- On second reference, it is important to distinguish between father and son: elder Smith and younger Smith.
- The notation II and 2nd are not always the equivalent of junior; they are used also by a grandson or nephew.
- Not judgement.