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Should medicine be capitalized in a sentence?
Capitalize the name of a season when it's the first word in a sentence, e.g., "Spring signifies rebirth." or when it is part of a title, e.g., "Spring 2009 semester", "Winter …Holiday Pageant", "Glenn Oaks' Fall Festival", or " Mr. Winter."
No it shouldn't. The word, "tuberculosis" is a Latin-based adjectival noun; not a proper noun. Ergo, no caps.
"Doctor" is not capitalized if you are using it as a descriptive term, like "lawyer" or "farmer". "Doctor" should be capitalized only if it is used as a title with someone's n…ame. For example, it is not capitalized in "You should tell the doctor about your new symptoms." It is capitalized in "You should tell Doctor Crenshaw about your new symptoms." Note, however, that when you use "Doctor" as a title with someone's name, the abbreviation "Dr." is usually used.
Yes it should !! :-)
Not usually, unless it is the first word of a sentence or part of a title or proper name, such as "Citizens' National Bank of Baltimore".
No. Ordinary animal names do not need to be capitalised.
if it's a name/street than yes
No it shouldn't be capitalized.
Yes. TV is an acronym (double initialism) meaning "television."
It should only be capitalized if it directly precedes a name.
No it shouldn't.
It is capitalized at the beginning of the sentence or when it forms part of the proper noun or when it precedes a person's name, or when it is used as a direct address. Exampl…es: Sheriff Smith Where's the evidence, Sheriff?
No. It's not necessary.
No, it shouldn't be capitalized.
Yes, if it is the name of a department.