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The sentence is: Randi proved herself to be worthy of the title of Hottest Designer of the Year with her gorgeous designs.

Does it make more sense as: Randi proved herself to be worthy of the title of 'Hottest Designer of the Year' with her gorgeous designs.

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  • You already mentioned 'title' and capitalised it. Is that a real award? You could quote it, bold it, and italicise it too, but the more you do, the more sarcastic it becomes. By quoting it, you suggest mockery. – Weather Vane Jul 3 '20 at 20:27
  • ☞ Hottest Designer of the Year ☜ – John Lawler Jul 3 '20 at 21:29
  • Weather Vane blows correctly again. – Elliot Jul 4 '20 at 4:13

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