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Use \renewbibmacro{in:}{% \ifentrytype{article} {} {\printtext{\bibstring{in}}% \printunit{\intitlepunct}}} Where we make sure that the \intitlepunct goes into the punctuation buffer and is not overriden by any following punctuation. MWE (with a few modifications) \documentclass[10pt]{article} \RequirePackage{polyglossia} ...

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A simple solution is to use the -- character instead of a hyphen. This produces a wide hyphen (m-bar) and does not prevent the hyphenation of any of the joined words. An advantage of this approach is that it becomes graphically clear where the original hyphen was and where a hyphen was inserted. Of course, you only want to use this approach in words that ...

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Use the ` key twice, instead of double quotes, i.e. ``More--than--Moore'' It is on the same key as ~ on American keyboards.

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I found QT.cls, one of the EMS classes; since it features the same code as you show, the method I suggested for How to suppress the final period (".") in paragraph titles? seems to work as well. \RequirePackage[2014/05/01]{latexrelease} % if you have an updated LaTeX distribution \documentclass{QT} \makeatletter ...

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There has been a discussions in the comments about the merits of this venture. Maybe you are just looking for the titleaddon field. It comes wrapped in square brackets though, so you might want \DeclareFieldFormat{titleaddon}{\mkbibparens{\MakeSentenceCase*{#1}}} If you insist on using the note field, an ad-hoc solution is ...

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