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The submission has not been previously published nor is it before another journal for consideration; or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor.
The submission file is in Word (.doc/.docx) or the RTF (.rtf) document file format.
The submission file does not include any spaces in the file name (i.e., My_Article_Name.doc instead of My Article Name.doc).
All identifying author information has been removed from the submission file as per the provided instructions. Please note that this is not required for book reviews.
The text is double-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses).
All URL addresses in the text (e.g., CJC Online) are activated and ready to click.
The text meets this journal's formatting requirements as outlined in the Author Guidelines.
All images, figures, and tables are not included in the submission file. Instead, all images, figures, and tables have been saved as separate files using file formats outlined in the Author Guidelines and will be submitted in Step 4 of the online submission as supplementary files.
All audio and/or video files have been saved as separate files using file formats outlined in the Author Guidelines and will be submitted in Step 4 of the online submission as supplementary files.
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