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Non–English Words and Phrases 


Cheryl Iverson

In all titles, follow the guidelines recommended for use of italics or roman in non English words and phrases (see , Non English Words, Phrases, and Accent Marks, Non English Words, Phrases, and Titles, Use of Italics). For example, even if In Vivo or In Vitro were set italic in a cited title, JAMA and the Archives Journals would set these in roman type.

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