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I only looked at the definition of proper nouns, not at how it capitalized
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Subject: RE: capitalization of 'web'
The Web site that you referenced below (grammar.ccc.commnet.edu) capitalizes
"Web," but not consistently. See http://tinyurl.com/y8qnfv:
"People do meet on the web..."
"... there are services on the Web..."
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