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CAPITALIZATION ( What is? )
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CAPITALIZATION : How to Capitalize : a General Name : of Adjectives : Book Titles : Buildings : Church Denominations : Days, Months, Seasons : Divisions of Army : Enumeration : Executive Departments : First Words : Holidays : Directions : Numbered Clauses : Popular Classes : Proper Names : Quotations : Relics of Public Interest : Roman Numerals : Salutation : States and Counties : Streets, Rivers, Lakes : Deity, the Bible : Titles of People : Trade Names

Capitalization — Days, Months and Seasons

RULE 1— Capitalize the names of months and days.

RULE 2— Capitalize the names of seasons when referring to a specific season, but not when referring to the season in general.

RULE 3— Capitalize points of the compass when referring to specific sections, but not when referring to directions.

EX.— October; Monday; Labor Day; Washington's Birthday; Ash Wednesday; the Feast of Thanksgiving; Pentecost; Valentine's Day; April Fools' Day.

EX.— spring; summer; autumn; winter.

EX.— We started south on the first Tuesday in January.
EX.— In the South the winter is warmer.
EX.— Our worst season was the Summer of 1986.

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CAPITALIZATION : How to Capitalize : a General Name : of Adjectives : Book Titles : Buildings : Church Denominations : Days, Months, Seasons : Divisions of Army : Enumeration : Executive Departments : First Words : Holidays : Directions : Numbered Clauses : Popular Classes : Proper Names : Quotations : Relics of Public Interest : Roman Numerals : Salutation : States and Counties : Streets, Rivers, Lakes : Deity, the Bible : Titles of People : Trade Names





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