But every once in a while, the people overseeing what you read change the rules, as the "Chicago Manual of Style" did recently when it released its 16th edition. "Chicago," as you may recall, is the rule book followed by most book publishers and many magazine publishers, too. It differs a lot from AP style, which sets the standard for most news writing.
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