Some articles on case, sentence:
... All-uppercase letters The Vitamins Are In My Fresh California Raisins "Start case" – capitalization of all words, regardless of the part of speech The Vitamins Are in My Fresh California Raisins ... This family of typographic conventions is usually called title case ... The Economist and New Scientist, and newspapers, like The Guardian and The Times) is to use sentence-style capitalization in titles and headlines, where capitalization follows the ...
Famous quotes containing the words case and/or sentence:
“Half the testimony in the Bobbitt case sounded like Sally Jesse Raphael. Juries watch programs like this and are ready to listen.”
—William Geimer, U.S. law educator. New York Times, p. B18 (January 28, 1994)
“A sentence should read as if its author, had he held a plow instead of a pen, could have drawn a furrow deep and straight to the end.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)