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Italics, Quotation Marks, or Capitalisation?

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Today, I was asked to proof-read a document which contained the phrase “rush-to-the-courthouse”. As I’ve just done, the phrase was wrapped in quotation marks though I wondered if, perhaps, it should have been italicised instead, so I went looking for guidance and found this interesting article which does a pretty good job of explaining when to use italics, quotation marks, or capitalisation.

Italics, Quotation Marks, or Capitalization? | A Way With Words Writing

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