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Many years ago I attended classes (sporadically) at a tiny college in Maryland whose staff and students consistently referred to it in internal correspondence as "The College." The college's quarterly magazine was even named The College. Then I attended classes in graduate school (even more sporadically) at a gigantic state university that so dominated its ...


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As Edwin Ashworth says in his comment above, this is a tricky area. Since the two messages that are currently embedded in quotation marks in your example are complete thoughts, I would be inclined to retain the capital at Everybody and Do, regardless of whether I retained the quotation marks or switched to italics for the messages or simply removed the ...


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If I understand your question correctly, you want to know whether the fact that the initialisms "BOD" and "OD" are spelled in all caps has a carryover effect requiring the spelled-out terms to be initial-capped (that is, to be rendered in the middle of regular text as "Biochemical Oxygen Demand" and "Dissolved Oxygen"). I have never seen a style guide that ...


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Not, according to the note under Wikipedia article on 'Bitcoin.' There is no uniform convention for bitcoin capitalization. Some sources use Bitcoin, capitalized, to refer to the technology and network and bitcoin, lowercase, to refer to the unit of account.[7] The WSJ[8] and The Chronicle of Higher Education[9] advocate use of lowercase bitcoin in all ...


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According to en.bitcoin.it both forms are acceptable depending on context: Capitalization / Nomenclature Since Bitcoin is both a currency and a protocol, capitalization can be confusing. Accepted practice is to use Bitcoin (singular with an upper case letter B) to label the protocol, software, and community, while bitcoins (with a lower case b) to ...



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