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Some guidelines apply to virtually all English writing.  One of the most commonly cited is Strunk and White's <i>Elements of Style</i>, which is a very short book that covers English grammar and style. 
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Some guidelines apply to virtually all English writing.  The following guidelines should generally be followed for all pieces of writing.
 
 
There are also references which focus primarily on technical writing.  Donald Knuth et al. wrote a book titled <i>[http://tex.loria.fr/typographie/mathwriting.pdf Mathematical Writing]</i>, in which the first several pages briefly cover important topics in technical writing.  If you are in need of suggestions, ask almost anyone with a Ph.D., as writing skills are required to successfully get a Ph.D.
 
 
 
The following guidelines should generally be followed for all pieces of writing.
 
  
 
=Be honest=
 
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