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  • Additionally, adding initial capitals to words in the page titles now means that both of those pages will appear in the browser's title bar as Lymphatic, even though the site otherwise distinguishes between them.

    November 21, 2009

  • It seems odd on the face of it to have separate pages for lymphatic and Lymphatic, and accordingly lymphatic and Lymphatic, when the only issue is that Lymphatic is being plucked out of the examples database with initial capital due to being positioned at the start of the sentence. The orthography is simply a convention; it's the same word. I can see why, for example, gnu and GNU could merit separate entries, but not this. Not to mention stuff like MORNING'S.

    November 21, 2009