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The Manual of Style ( MoS ) is a style guide for articles on the Dragon Ball Wiki. Please read through the policy below to familiarize yourself with common practices and rules. If you have any questions, suggestions, or complaints, please post them on

The Manual of Style ( MoS ) is a style guide for articles on the Dragon Ball Wiki. Please read through the policy below to familiarize yourself with common practices and rules. If you have any questions, suggestions, or complaints, please post them on the talk page . Please do not introduce or alter guidelines on this page without consensus.

Naturally, if a particular section is not applicable to an article, it need not be present, but sections that are applicable should follow the above ordering. The structure of the article's body depends on the nature of the article. The following sections describe the complete layouts of different article types. While this listing is not exhaustive, it should provide an adequate template for other articles to follow. (Note the general trend of description, followed by history, followed by miscellaneous, and in-universe sections followed by out-of-universe sections.)

In in-universe sections, there are several sources of information that can be used. They are arranged in order of authoritativeness. If a more authoritative source directly conflicts with a less authoritative source, the more authoritative source is used, and a separate side note should be made about the conflict. If a less authoritative source includes information that was absent in more authoritative sources but that does not directly conflict with those sources, that source is used and a note should be made about the omission in the more authoritative sources. The usable sources, in order of authoritativeness are as follows:

I will always stick to British (Australian) spelling, but the rules of punctuation vary more subtly between British- and American-English; I’d like to pluck the most common sense rules from both.

This is an absolutely incomplete, personal reference. When something is in question, I plan to document the opinions of multiple books, drawing my own conclusions and setting my own rules for style.

There are many uses for an apostrophe, but they are most commonly used for contractions (don’t, can’t, won’t) and to express possession . For example, if something is possessive it is Andy’s car , Gareth’s cats or the dog’s bone . This shouldn’t be confused with pluralisation ; just because you add an s doesn’t mean you need an apostrophe (e.g. books , bananas , cats , toys ).

The Manual of Style (abbreviated as MoS or MOS ) is the style manual for all Wikipedia articles. This primary page of the guideline covers certain topics (e.g. punctuation) in detail and summarizes the key points of other topics. The detail pages , which are cross-referenced here and linked by this page's menu or listed at Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Contents , provide specific guidance on those topics. If any contradiction arises, this page has precedence over all detail pages of the guideline, style essays , and the Simplified Manual of Style . [a]

The Manual of Style presents Wikipedia's house style . The goal is to make using Wikipedia easier and more intuitive by promoting clarity and cohesion, while helping editors write articles with consistent and precise language, layout, and formatting. Plain English works best. Avoid ambiguity , jargon , and vague or unnecessarily complex wording. Any new content added to the body of this page should directly address a style issue that has occurred in a significant number of instances.

A title should be a recognizable name or description of the topic that is natural, sufficiently precise, concise, and consistent with the titles of related articles. If these criteria are in conflict, they should be balanced against one another.

The Manual of Style ( MoS ) is a style guide for articles on the Dragon Ball Wiki. Please read through the policy below to familiarize yourself with common practices and rules. If you have any questions, suggestions, or complaints, please post them on the talk page . Please do not introduce or alter guidelines on this page without consensus.

Naturally, if a particular section is not applicable to an article, it need not be present, but sections that are applicable should follow the above ordering. The structure of the article's body depends on the nature of the article. The following sections describe the complete layouts of different article types. While this listing is not exhaustive, it should provide an adequate template for other articles to follow. (Note the general trend of description, followed by history, followed by miscellaneous, and in-universe sections followed by out-of-universe sections.)

In in-universe sections, there are several sources of information that can be used. They are arranged in order of authoritativeness. If a more authoritative source directly conflicts with a less authoritative source, the more authoritative source is used, and a separate side note should be made about the conflict. If a less authoritative source includes information that was absent in more authoritative sources but that does not directly conflict with those sources, that source is used and a note should be made about the omission in the more authoritative sources. The usable sources, in order of authoritativeness are as follows:

The Manual of Style ( MoS ) is a style guide for articles on the Dragon Ball Wiki. Please read through the policy below to familiarize yourself with common practices and rules. If you have any questions, suggestions, or complaints, please post them on the talk page . Please do not introduce or alter guidelines on this page without consensus.

Naturally, if a particular section is not applicable to an article, it need not be present, but sections that are applicable should follow the above ordering. The structure of the article's body depends on the nature of the article. The following sections describe the complete layouts of different article types. While this listing is not exhaustive, it should provide an adequate template for other articles to follow. (Note the general trend of description, followed by history, followed by miscellaneous, and in-universe sections followed by out-of-universe sections.)

In in-universe sections, there are several sources of information that can be used. They are arranged in order of authoritativeness. If a more authoritative source directly conflicts with a less authoritative source, the more authoritative source is used, and a separate side note should be made about the conflict. If a less authoritative source includes information that was absent in more authoritative sources but that does not directly conflict with those sources, that source is used and a note should be made about the omission in the more authoritative sources. The usable sources, in order of authoritativeness are as follows:

I will always stick to British (Australian) spelling, but the rules of punctuation vary more subtly between British- and American-English; I’d like to pluck the most common sense rules from both.

This is an absolutely incomplete, personal reference. When something is in question, I plan to document the opinions of multiple books, drawing my own conclusions and setting my own rules for style.

There are many uses for an apostrophe, but they are most commonly used for contractions (don’t, can’t, won’t) and to express possession . For example, if something is possessive it is Andy’s car , Gareth’s cats or the dog’s bone . This shouldn’t be confused with pluralisation ; just because you add an s doesn’t mean you need an apostrophe (e.g. books , bananas , cats , toys ).

The Manual of Style (abbreviated as MoS or MOS ) is the style manual for all Wikipedia articles. This primary page of the guideline covers certain topics (e.g. punctuation) in detail and summarizes the key points of other topics. The detail pages , which are cross-referenced here and linked by this page's menu or listed at Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Contents , provide specific guidance on those topics. If any contradiction arises, this page has precedence over all detail pages of the guideline, style essays , and the Simplified Manual of Style . [a]

The Manual of Style presents Wikipedia's house style . The goal is to make using Wikipedia easier and more intuitive by promoting clarity and cohesion, while helping editors write articles with consistent and precise language, layout, and formatting. Plain English works best. Avoid ambiguity , jargon , and vague or unnecessarily complex wording. Any new content added to the body of this page should directly address a style issue that has occurred in a significant number of instances.

A title should be a recognizable name or description of the topic that is natural, sufficiently precise, concise, and consistent with the titles of related articles. If these criteria are in conflict, they should be balanced against one another.

This eBook requires no passwords or activation to read. We customize your eBook by discreetly watermarking it with your name, making it uniquely yours.

We've made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this book and its companion content. Any errors that have been confirmed since this book was published can be downloaded below.

The Manual of Style ( MoS ) is a style guide for articles on the Dragon Ball Wiki. Please read through the policy below to familiarize yourself with common practices and rules. If you have any questions, suggestions, or complaints, please post them on the talk page . Please do not introduce or alter guidelines on this page without consensus.

Naturally, if a particular section is not applicable to an article, it need not be present, but sections that are applicable should follow the above ordering. The structure of the article's body depends on the nature of the article. The following sections describe the complete layouts of different article types. While this listing is not exhaustive, it should provide an adequate template for other articles to follow. (Note the general trend of description, followed by history, followed by miscellaneous, and in-universe sections followed by out-of-universe sections.)

In in-universe sections, there are several sources of information that can be used. They are arranged in order of authoritativeness. If a more authoritative source directly conflicts with a less authoritative source, the more authoritative source is used, and a separate side note should be made about the conflict. If a less authoritative source includes information that was absent in more authoritative sources but that does not directly conflict with those sources, that source is used and a note should be made about the omission in the more authoritative sources. The usable sources, in order of authoritativeness are as follows:

I will always stick to British (Australian) spelling, but the rules of punctuation vary more subtly between British- and American-English; I’d like to pluck the most common sense rules from both.

This is an absolutely incomplete, personal reference. When something is in question, I plan to document the opinions of multiple books, drawing my own conclusions and setting my own rules for style.

There are many uses for an apostrophe, but they are most commonly used for contractions (don’t, can’t, won’t) and to express possession . For example, if something is possessive it is Andy’s car , Gareth’s cats or the dog’s bone . This shouldn’t be confused with pluralisation ; just because you add an s doesn’t mean you need an apostrophe (e.g. books , bananas , cats , toys ).

The Manual of Style (abbreviated as MoS or MOS ) is the style manual for all Wikipedia articles. This primary page of the guideline covers certain topics (e.g. punctuation) in detail and summarizes the key points of other topics. The detail pages , which are cross-referenced here and linked by this page's menu or listed at Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Contents , provide specific guidance on those topics. If any contradiction arises, this page has precedence over all detail pages of the guideline, style essays , and the Simplified Manual of Style . [a]

The Manual of Style presents Wikipedia's house style . The goal is to make using Wikipedia easier and more intuitive by promoting clarity and cohesion, while helping editors write articles with consistent and precise language, layout, and formatting. Plain English works best. Avoid ambiguity , jargon , and vague or unnecessarily complex wording. Any new content added to the body of this page should directly address a style issue that has occurred in a significant number of instances.

A title should be a recognizable name or description of the topic that is natural, sufficiently precise, concise, and consistent with the titles of related articles. If these criteria are in conflict, they should be balanced against one another.

This eBook requires no passwords or activation to read. We customize your eBook by discreetly watermarking it with your name, making it uniquely yours.

We've made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this book and its companion content. Any errors that have been confirmed since this book was published can be downloaded below.

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The Manual of Style ( MoS ) is a style guide for articles on the Dragon Ball Wiki. Please read through the policy below to familiarize yourself with common practices and rules. If you have any questions, suggestions, or complaints, please post them on the talk page . Please do not introduce or alter guidelines on this page without consensus.

Naturally, if a particular section is not applicable to an article, it need not be present, but sections that are applicable should follow the above ordering. The structure of the article's body depends on the nature of the article. The following sections describe the complete layouts of different article types. While this listing is not exhaustive, it should provide an adequate template for other articles to follow. (Note the general trend of description, followed by history, followed by miscellaneous, and in-universe sections followed by out-of-universe sections.)

In in-universe sections, there are several sources of information that can be used. They are arranged in order of authoritativeness. If a more authoritative source directly conflicts with a less authoritative source, the more authoritative source is used, and a separate side note should be made about the conflict. If a less authoritative source includes information that was absent in more authoritative sources but that does not directly conflict with those sources, that source is used and a note should be made about the omission in the more authoritative sources. The usable sources, in order of authoritativeness are as follows:

I will always stick to British (Australian) spelling, but the rules of punctuation vary more subtly between British- and American-English; I’d like to pluck the most common sense rules from both.

This is an absolutely incomplete, personal reference. When something is in question, I plan to document the opinions of multiple books, drawing my own conclusions and setting my own rules for style.

There are many uses for an apostrophe, but they are most commonly used for contractions (don’t, can’t, won’t) and to express possession . For example, if something is possessive it is Andy’s car , Gareth’s cats or the dog’s bone . This shouldn’t be confused with pluralisation ; just because you add an s doesn’t mean you need an apostrophe (e.g. books , bananas , cats , toys ).

Manual of Style: Containing Typographical Rules Governing the Publications of the University of Chicago Press together with Specimens of Types Used at the University of Chicago Press, 1927 Edition


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