what about the name of the tree ohio buckeye,should it be capitalized
The word "Ohio" should be capitalized, but not the word "buckeye."
Buckeye is a species of tree, exactly as elm is, and we wouldn't capitalize "elm" when referring to an Idaho elm. The same rule applies to both.
by Al Wordlaw 5 years ago
Isn't it improper to spell God with a small "g?" Any reference to Him should have a capital letter.Is it true or false? Briely explain
by Brian L. Powell 8 years ago
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by csharada 11 years ago
In the phrase: Easter bunny, should 'bunny' be capitalized?
by juana15 12 years ago
is Mr. capatized in the middle of a sentence?
by Sneha Sunny 11 years ago
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by suzyhover 12 years ago
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