citizen from Mexico
Lowercase minor. See degrees.
Delete excess numerals when you have a round dollar amount:
- She won $10.
- She won $10 dollars.
Use figures with million and billion, except in nonspecific references.
The building cost $3.5 million.
BUT I’d like to win a billion dollars.
EXCEPTION: In graphs or charts, you may use decimals and zeros.
Capitalize the names of months in all uses.
When a month is used with a specific date, abbreviate only Jan., Feb., Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov. and Dec.
When a phrase lists only a month and year, do not separate the year with commas and do not abbreviate the month. When a phrase refers to a month, day and year, set off the year with commas and abbreviate the month.
See also dates.
He was born Saturday, Aug. 11, 2007, at Methodist Hospital.
- Feb. 1, 1996
- February 1996
- February, 1996
- Feb. 1996
When discussing the two UTSA structures at the entrance to Main Campus from John Peace Boulevard, use a plural construction:
- UTSA Monuments
When referring to the lighting scheme tradition created in 2015, singularize monument:
- Monument Lights
- Lights at the Monument
Also acceptable to differentiate from other monuments:
- Monument Lights at John Peace Boulevard
- Lights at the Monument at John Peace Boulevard