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Spelling. Use Australasian academic English (not British or US English). The standard spelling reference is The Macquarie Dictionary (2nd Revision, 1987). In particular, spell words like “visualise” with the ending -ise, not -ize, and words like “centre” with the ending -re, not -er [cf. 3.10]. Before using a spell checker, ensure that you specify the language used in the document as English (AUS).

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Use letters (a), (b), and so on to identify elements in more complex lists, separated by commas, colons, and semi-colons as appropriate [3.33].

A sentence following a colon should begin with a capital letter [3.04].

Numbers. Place a zero before the decimal point in all numbers less than 1 (e.g., “p < 0.05”) [cf. 3.46].

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