Some words or phrases should be capitalized when
used to describe something specific but not when used in a general sense.
Principles Purposes Sources (Note: Do not capitalize
numbers with these words, i.e. "seven Principles" or "the first Principle.")
Consider use of UU abbreviations on a case-by-case
basis. It may be appropriate for pamphlets that are intended for UUs to use
"insider" abbreviations, such as "CLF," "GA," or "UUMA," but introductory
pamphlets should avoid abbreviations that newcomers won't understand. However,
some general rules:
IN GENERAL, FOLLOW THE CHICAGO MANUAL OF STYLE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE
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