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* Unless the name of the article contains a proper noun, only the first word should be capitalized.
 
* Unless the name of the article contains a proper noun, only the first word should be capitalized.
   
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* Abbreviations such as "CTU", "DoD", and "FBI" should not be used. Rather, they should be written out in full ([[Counter Terrorist Unit]], [[Department of Defense]] and [[Federal Bureau of Investigation]]) with a redirect page created for the abbreviation (see "Redirects" below).
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* Abbreviations such as "CTU", "DoD", and "FBI" should not be used. Rather, they should be written out in full ([[Counter Terrorist Unit]], [[Department of Defense]] and [[Federal Bureau of Investigation]]) with the a redirect page created for the abbreviation (see "Redirects" below).
   
 
* Articles for titles of spin-off material should consist of the item's full title. For example, "[[24: Conspiracy]]" rather than just "[[Conspiracy]]" or "[[24 Declassified: Veto Power]]" rather than just "[[Veto Power]]". A redirect of the shorter title is usually a good idea.
 
* Articles for titles of spin-off material should consist of the item's full title. For example, "[[24: Conspiracy]]" rather than just "[[Conspiracy]]" or "[[24 Declassified: Veto Power]]" rather than just "[[Veto Power]]". A redirect of the shorter title is usually a good idea.

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