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[16th ed.] 7.48 Capitals for emphasis
Compounds Chapter Contents » Italics, Capitals, and Quotation Marks » Emphasis 7.48 Capitals for...emphasis Initial capitals, once used to lend importance to certain words, are now used only ironically...(but see 8.93 ). “OK, so I’m a Bad Mother,” admitted Mary cheerfully. Capitalizing an entire word or...

[16th ed.] 10.8 Small versus full-size capitals for acronyms and initialisms
Small versus full-size capitals for acronyms and initialisms Some book designs call for small... capitals rather than full-size capitals for acronyms and initialisms (e.g., NASA rather than NASA). Though..., Chicago does not generally recommend it. If small capitals must be used, the decision of what to mark...

[16th ed.] 11.24 Dutch capitalization
Using the Latin Alphabet » Dutch 11.24 Dutch capitalization See 11.3 , 11.9 . For the capitalization ...of particles with personal names, see 8.10 . Proper adjectives (as well as nouns) are capitalized as...in English. When a word beginning with the diphthong ij is capitalized, both letters are capitals ...

[16th ed.] 8.155 Capitalization of titles of works—general principles
Works » Capitalization, Punctuation, and Italics 8.155 Capitalization of titles of works — general...principles Titles mentioned or cited in text or notes are usually capitalized headline-style (see 8.157...or chapter may deviate from Chicago’s rules for the capitalization of titles. For capitalization of foreign titles, see 11.3 ....

[16th ed.] 11.114 Hebrew capitalization and italics
Usually Transliterated (or Romanized) » Hebrew 11.114 Hebrew capitalization and italics The Hebrew...alphabet has no capital letters, and there is no universally used system for capitalizing romanized...Hebrew. Writers may follow normal English usage — capitalizing proper names, book titles, and so forth...

[16th ed.] 11.9 Capitalization—English versus other languages
Using the Latin Alphabet 11.9 Capitalization — English versus other languages Capitalization is...remarks under “Capitalization” in the sections that follow suggest some of the ways other languages differ...from English in their use of capitals. Except where stated to the contrary, the language in...

[16th ed.] 8.68 Names with unusual capitalization
Organizations » Institutions and Companies 8.68 Names with unusual capitalization Parts of names given in...full capitals on the letterhead or in the promotional materials of particular organizations may be...materials may be capitalized (e.g., DrKoop.net rather than drkoop.net). Names like eBay and iPod...

[16th ed.] 8.162 Subtitle capitalization
Works » Capitalization, Punctuation, and Italics 8.162 Subtitle capitalization A subtitle, whether in...sentence-style or headline-style capitalization, always begins with a capital letter. Although on a...is not necessarily capitalized. See also 14.98 . “Manuals of Style: Guidelines, Not Strangleholds...

[16th ed.] 11.100 Arabic capitalization
Usually Transliterated (or Romanized) » Arabic 11.100 Arabic capitalization Since the Arabic alphabet...does not distinguish between capital and lowercase letter forms, practice in capitalizing ...transliterated Arabic varies widely. Chicago recommends the practice outlined in 11.3 : capitalize only the...

[16th ed.] 7.73 Capitalization for keys and menu items
Compounds Chapter Contents » Italics, Capitals, and Quotation Marks » Computer Terms 7.73... Capitalization for keys and menu items The basic alphabet keys as well as all named keys are capitalized even if... capitalized as in a particular application. Acronyms for file formats are rendered in full capitals. The...

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