Capital Letters

Some articles on letter, letters, capital letters, capitals:

... In orthography and typography, letter case (or just case) is the distinction between the letters that are in larger upper case (capital letters, caps, majuscule, upper-case, or ... In the Latin script, capital letters are A, B, C, etc ... alphabets, and Coptic alphabets) use multiple letter-cases in their written form as an aid to clarity ...
Tax Protester Conspiracy Arguments - Conspiracy Arguments, in General - "Capital Letters" Argument
... argued that because the titles of court cases identify the parties in all capital letters, the persons thus identified are "fictitious entities" ... he sought to be immediately freed because the indictment lists his name in all capital letters, and he claimed U.S ... because 'KURT WASHINGTON,' spelled out in capital letters, is a fictitious name used by the Government to tax him improperly as a business, and that the correct spelling and presentation of his name is 'Kurt ...
Ateneo De Iloilo - School Shield and Motto
... In chief azure, the capital letters "AM" argent ... Above the shield, a medallion, or, the three capital letters I H S and three nails fanwise, or ... of the shield is a blue band on which are the capital letters "AM" (Ave Maria) in white symbolic of the Blessed Virgin Mary to whom the school has been ...
Lowercased - Usage
... case is generally used for the majority of text capitals are used for capitalization, acronyms, medial capitals, and emphasis (in some languages) ... Capitalization is the writing of a word with its first letter in uppercase and the remaining letters in lowercase ... but in most modern languages that have capitalization, the first letter of every sentence is capitalized, as are all proper nouns ...

Famous quotes containing the words letters and/or capital:

    Sir, more than kisses, letters mingle souls.
    For, thus friends absent speak.
    John Donne (c. 1572–1631)

    Had I made capital on my prettiness, I should have closed the doors of public employment to women for many a year, by the very means which now makes them weak, underpaid competitors in the great workshop of the world.
    Jane Grey Swisshelm (1815–1884)