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Do you capitalize "counties" in the following sentence. Sebastian and Forrest counties are represented.

marked as duplicate by choster, Gary, MetaEd Oct 25 '17 at 22:11

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Yes counties should be capitalized.

As explained on yourdictionary.com:

...continents (South America), countries (Belgium), states (Wisconsin), counties (Prince William County), cities (London) and towns (Lizard Lick) get capitalized.

  • Also I'm voting that this should be migrated to ELL! – Gary Oct 25 '17 at 21:53

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