Punctuation and Capitalization

Should the word T-shirt be capitalized?


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2011-10-26 16:00:02
2011-10-26 16:00:02

Yes, T-shirt is correct.
It is not necessary to capitalise the 't' in t-shirt. It is not a proper noun, but just a common noun. Capitalisation is not necessary even though the t-shirt was so named because it resembles a capital T.

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