|When breaking a word at the end of a line, follow Webster's. For place-names and personal names, use Webster's Geographical and Biographical Dictionaries. If
these differ from the Collegiate Dictionary, remember that the
Collegiate is revised more frequently than the other dictionaries, and
use your editorial judgment on which looks better to the eye:
preferred to Mar-yland.
For foreign words, follow rules in the original
cor-di-lle-ra, not cor-dil-le-ra.
Do not break a word
from one column to another or from one page to another. Generally avoid
breaking at the end of the first line of an article or of a legend.
Break a hyphenated compound at the end of a line only where the compounding hyphen occurs.