Capitalised

Some articles on capitalised:

Wylie Transliteration - Capitalization
... often applied inconsistently, and usually only when the word would normally be capitalised according to the norms of Latin text (i.e ... able to use a Tibetan dictionary, Wylie specified that if a word was to be capitalised, the first letter should be capital, in conformity with Western ... Thus a particular Tibetan Buddhist sect (Kagyu) is capitalised Bka' brgyud and not bKa' brgyud ...
Differences Between American And British English (vocabulary) - Writing - Titles and Headlines
... and newspaper headlines as well as chapter and section headings are capitalised in the same manner as in normal sentences (sentence case) ... That is, only the first letter of the first word is capitalised, along with proper nouns, etc ... (such as The Sun, The Daily Sport) use fully capitalised headlines for impact as opposed to readability (for example, BERLIN WALL FALLS or BIRD FLU PANIC) ...
German Nobility - Alphabetic Sorting of Noble Names
... prepositions are not considered relevant when sorting, the prepositions are not capitalised unless they begin a sentence ... where the particle van is usually capitalised when mentioned without preceding given names or initials, or from Dutch in Belgium, where the name particle Van is always ...
ʼn - Grammar
... In Afrikaans, ʼn is never capitalised in standard texts ... Instead, the first letter of the following word is capitalised ... and phrases where all the letters are capitalised ...
Description of Fresh Expressions
... recognised this movement by setting up an organisation, 'Fresh Expressions' (capitalised), to monitor and encourage fresh expressions in those denominations ... Fresh Expressions (capitalised) is differentiated from fresh expressions (lowercase) ... The capitalised version refers to the initiative ...