from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of cap.
- n. Capital letters; capitals.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cap.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of capitals.
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Lance - (the following, while not in caps, is in fact me yelling at you) - do you know how hard I had to work to find this post?
The difference in caps is more than aesthetic, economics is a very large consideration - cork is becoming cost prohibitive, about $.75 each.
The title caps Mr. Miller's comeback from a miserable performance at the 2006 Olympics.
P.S. your message all in caps is difficult to read.
The title caps a year of rapid ascent for Facebook in which the social network hit 500 million users and founder
The title caps an impressive winter sports season for the Raiders, who in addition to their boys and girls basketball championships, won the ice hockey crown.
They went to this, what we call caps and small caps.
Georgia put in caps on Medical Malpractice damages in 2005.
The reduction of the mass of the ice caps is not "fake science".
Every few days bring a new group of demonstrators out front: domestic workers who want to highlight the controversy over Whitman's former housekeeper, veterans who say they are offended by her spotty voting record, young Latinos dressed in caps and gowns protesting her opposition to legislation that would legalize undocumented immigrants who receive an education or join the military.
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