Is the name of an event italicized?

Is the name of an event italicized?

In trying to determine how to format event titles, the closest comparison I found in CMOS was titles of exhibitions, which should be italicized (our events are more like museum exhibitions than world’s fairs). If some events are lectures (8.87), you can put quotation marks around their titles.

What punctuation is used to introduce a quote list or an example?

Notice that there are only two punctuation marks that are used to introduce quotations: the comma and the colon (:). Note that a semicolon (;) is not used to introduce quotations.

How do you punctuate an introduction to a quote?

(Rule 4) You can only use a comma (i.e., not a colon) after a quotation. There is only a choice between a comma and a colon when the quotation is being introduced. Only a comma can be used after a quotation.

What does this ≥ mean?

This symbol > means greater than, for example 4 > 2. ≤ ≥ These symbols mean ‘less than or equal to’ and ‘greater than or equal to’ and are commonly used in algebra. ≪ ≫ These symbols are less common and mean much less than, or much greater than.