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Answered 2012-03-01 18:53:47

The nouns that are always capitalized are the first word in a sentence; proper nouns, the name of a person (Napoleon), a place (Jamaica), a thing (Eiffel Tower), or a title (War and Peaceby Tolstoy); or an acronym (USA, NSW, or NASA).

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