I am writing to request the use of a quote from you online article. The publication is an arts journal. The following extract is how it proposes to appear:
There are unwritten rules (which have sometimes been written) to do with etiquette among passengers on the London Underground. Guides have offered visitors lists of rules to follow:
Rule 5: Talk to your friends, not to strangers. There's a peculiar British reserve that makes them unlikely to welcome unprovoked conversation. (1)
Many thanks, Danny Flynn. firstname.lastname@example.org
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