21st Century Manual of Style
Clear, concise, and free of unnecessary jargon, this style manual is the first of its kind. Students, writers, businesspeople, journalists, and others who work with words will be amazed at how easily they can find the rules of abbreviation, capitalization, compounding, hyphenation, languages, courtesy titles, historical events and periods, and much more.
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Academic Degrees and Titles
Organizational and Team Names
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21st Century Manual Abbreviation Abbreviation for Latin academic degree adjective adjective and noun adjective e.g. adjective or noun adverb American Antigua and Barbuda apostrophe Association Author Baseball Basketball Basketball team Bible British Canada Capitalize when referring capitalized e.g. cheese Church combining form comma Company Compare Compounds beginning Compounds ending Compounds formed Compounds written Corporation courtesy title Dear disease Doctor English Federal fluidram Football team form adjectives meaning form nouns indicating formal title preceding French German Hockey team Honorable hyphenated hyphenated e.g. Incorporated a subsidiary International Union Island Italy language Latin letter literally lowercased Manual of Style name e.g. National North novelist officer Organization painter person plural poet political preceding a name proper noun e.g. punctuation quotation marks radio Roman numerals second word secretary sergeant South specific spelled Trinidad and Tobago United usually written verb word e.g. word include writer Yiddish Zodiac Signs