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As the superintendent, her is in charge of keeping equipment up-to-date on safety. What about the noun (I called to give her the heads-up)? Is this text format correct: Through an improved customer experience, Playhouse Square hoped to increase online ticket sales, simplify the purchase process, encourage customer research and streamline season ticket holder renewals. AP news archives show a clear preference for bar stool, though the one-word spelling also appears in some stories.

Or should it be "By employing" an improved customer experience, etc Q. Would you confirm your guidance on whether to capitalize Section in this instance? I've only seen the term spoken word referenced here once and it was referring to spoken-word performance. Additionally, if I describe the event (so not using it as a proper noun) and say "Come for a ladies' night out" does the rule change?

Has the rule about hyphenating century when used as an adjective changed? On May 19, 2011, you mentioned that "demo'd" would be OK in a direct quote. My client really wants to avoid using the word "demonstrating," as their purpose is casual in tone. "The securities class action asserted Section 10(b) and 20(a) claims." What if we were to say, "The securities class action asserted claims under Sections 10(b) and 20(a)"? Is the term written as spoken word or spoken-word when just referencing the term alone?

Ask the Editor provides answers, clarification and guidance on style issues that go beyond the pages of the AP Stylebook. Just wondering if you've changed your take on this particular spelling, since eight years have passed since then. I now see that the Stylebook's main reference has gone over to the one-word spelling: rainforest. Quick question: Which is correct, concerning, me/my, my/I 1) Communication between me and my siblings stopped once I became my father's caregiver. The response to the question about when to hyphenate toll free is still confusing. Are you then saying that event names, generally, ought retain all cap composition if so designated by the event organizer? Example: He said, "Mary's favorite book is 'War and Peace.'" Thanks. Could you please advise on the appropriate styling for "health system" (referring to a local or regional group of affiliated hospitals, clinics, surgical facilities etc.)?

Before posing a question to AP editor David Minthorn, search the accompanying style archives for your topic. Most sources use the one-word version, so I've been wondering. In its previous edition, Webster's New World College Dictionary used the two-word spelling. "in" When employed to indicate that something is in vogue, use quotation marks only if followed by a noun: It was the "in" thing to do. 2) Communication between my siblings and I stopped once I became my father's caregiver. Please clarify these situations: Call us toll free at xxx-xxx-xxxx (we think this should not be hyphenated) Call our toll-free number 24/7 (we thought based on previous responses this would be hyphenated) Are we correct in our thinking? I know in a sentence, we must spell out numbers under ten. Two words seems natural for the noun, but often it's a modifier in my work.

With thousands of questions and answers on file, your topic has very likely been covered. In the absence of a Stylebook entry or usage, we generally follow the current dictionary entry: rainforest. Which of the following constructions would be correct: "the Chicago-to-Fort-Wayne-and-Ohio passenger rail service" or "the Chicago-to-Fort Wayne-and-Ohio passenger rail service"? Is up to date supposed to be hyphenated in this setance? What about in a question and answer series with all but one of the answers being over 10 as in the following? How much time is recommended to both plan for and execute a transfer of a business enterprise to family members? For typical style questions and responses, visit Ask the Editor FAQ. In other words, would "Fort Wayne" be considered a single entity in the adjective phrase? It's after the noun but still seems like a compound modifier. " as the interjection, and "heads-up" as the adjective, describing an activity as being performed alertly ("playing heads-up baseball"). A number of locations use the compound spelling, including Cliffside, N. As a generic description, the two-word spelling is frequently used. In several AP stories this week, I've seen it left as two words, as in this example: Also in Centro is the Portuguese Royal Reading Room, a 19th century gem of soaring jacaranda hardwood bookshelves and stained glass windows, tucked into the newly rehabilitated Praca Tirdentes. Also, is it redundant to use the phrase spoken word poetry? In a September 2015 answer you imply an exception to the lowercase rule expressed for company names that otherwise present in all caps (for example, IKEA is Ikea).A unique blend of unmatched Signal Integrity and IC Packaging expertise positions Samtec to provide full channel system support, effectively streamlining, and thereby optimizing, the signal path - from the IC to the board and beyond.This through-hole .025” square post terminal strip features single, double and triple row options with straight or right-angle pins in a variety of post heights and body positions.