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  • n. Plural form of capitalisation.


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  • The most interesting features of this quote to me are actually the capitalisations of “Troll” and “The Fan”.

    Critique From HereNow

  • Copy-editors also work up the style sheet, the template of how certain things are done in the book (like capitalisations, hyphenations, place names) and certain decisions about layout -- chapter headings, scene breaks and so forth.


  • "Non-executive chairpersons of companies that have small to medium sized market capitalisations appear to earn well in excess of the average."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • If there was an option, they would have to search generate all possible capitalisations, search them all, then return the union of the results.

    Holy Crap

  • How would you like having to re-search your query with all the different possible capitalisations?

    Holy Crap

  • John-Kerry, JohnKerry, John Kerry & all his various capitalisations and mis-spellings.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • In any case, there is the fact that these capitalisations of reserve funds, which make no real difference to the actual position of the company, are universally regarded, in the language of the Stock Exchange, as "bull points."

    War-Time Financial Problems

  • | Inconsistent capitalisations between the Table of |

    An Australian in China Being the Narrative of a Quiet Journey Across China to Burma

  • Popery and popery/popish and Popish variant capitalisations retained


  • "Australia has a very strong equity culture, so clearly the driving market capitalisations helped the wealthy."

    WA Business News - Latest News


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