- Initialisms (like "CD" or "USA") and most acronyms (like "NASA" but not "laser") should occur in all capital letters with no intervening periods.
- Abbreviations (like "Mr." and "abbr.") and name initials (as in "W.C. Fields") must use periods.
- All words of at least five letters must begin with a capital letter.
- All words beginning a phrase must begin with a capital letter.
- As for other words, only articles ("a", "an", and "the"), conjunctions (like "and" and "or"), and prepositions (that take a noun phrase as an argument) are exempt from capitalization.
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