(65) Context and italics suggest that, although uncapitalized
, nichts is best understood here as a substantive (and not as an indefinite pronoun).
the genderqueer musician (left), who uses neutral pronouns and performs as bell's roar (uncapitalized
in honor of the name's inspiration, feminist writer bell hooks), is on a mission to help others pursue their artistic dreams.
"comparative literature" is used interchangeably with Comparative Literature.
At its best, "Invisible Borders" aspires to show that the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Civil War heralded an age of new, uncapitalized
walls, physical and otherwise.
post-romanticism, neo-romanticism, etc.) uncapitalized
(1) Pentecostal is capitalized when used as a noun or when referring to the group of people related to this movement, but uncapitalized
when used adjectivally; pentecostal-charismatic are used relatively synonymously in this essay, although there are also important distinctions that are elaborated upon in my The Spirit Poured Out on All Flesh: Pentecostalism and the Possibility of Global Theology (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2005), 14-18.
(1) The term White remains uncapitalized
throughout the manuscript.
At the end of "Disconnect," Protagonist's ex-boyfriend Lance sends her an "(uncapitalized
, unpunctuated)" e-mail inviting her to his theatrical performance.
Let's start with 50 uncapitalized
words in which variants of the sound EE are embedded:
This suggested Javan was accented on the second syllable, and provided the logic for the shortened and uncapitalized
'van.' In the entire historical record, a baseball player named 'Van Emory' appears exactly once, but that one mention leaves no doubt: Javan Isaac Emory is van Emery.
In the last line "death" is uncapitalized
. Also a fair autograph copy is in WMG J153.
(whose name is uncapitalized
and over-punctuated) was honored with a richly deserved statuette for the catchy generational anthem "We Are Young."