Copy Style Guidelines

Frequently used terms and definitions

Here you will find an alphabetical listing of most often used elements of UD style related to marketing and communications. This style guide is based upon the Associated Press Stylebook, which is the industry standard for colleges and universities across the country.

Please use these guidelines as a resource for your department, office or school, and share it with those who work on your marketing and communications projects. All marketing communications intended for any off-campus audience, including email, digital, web and print, are required to adhere to these guidelines.

This guide was created to be a resource for the university community and is one way we can help ensure consistency in the marketing and communications materials developed across the university. If you have a question not addressed in the guidelines below, please contact the Department of Marketing and Communications at 972-721-5179 or e-mail rdaley@udallas.edu.

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abbreviations

Abbreviate words only if a reader would quickly recognize the abbreviation. These might include:

  • titles when used before a full name (Dr., Mrs., the Rev.)
  • junior or senior after an individual’s name (Jr., Sr.)
  • company, corporation or incorporated when used after the name of a corporate entity

academic degrees

For most references use associate degree, bachelor's degree, master's degree or doctorate (all lowercase) in place of degree abbreviations. Note that doctorate degree is redundant - use doctoral degree. It is preferable to use a degree, not his degree or her degree.

  • She earned a bachelor's degree in physics.

Use abbreviations only when necessary to distinguish the specific type of degree or when the use of full terms would prove cumbersome, such as in a list. The word degree should not follow a degree abbreviation. When used after a name, an academic degree is set off by commas.

  • He has an M.S. as well as a Ph.D. in chemistry.
  • John Smith, Ph.D.
  • Annie Greene, M.F.A.
  • When talking about alumni, however, and giving their degree and year, do not use periods: John Smith, PhD ’11; Jane Brown, BA ’04

academic departments and administrative offices

Capitalize the names of departments and the words department and office when they appear as part of the official name or are used in reference to a specific institution.

  • the Department of Education
  • the Business Office

academic titles

Capitalize and spell out formal titles like professor, dean, professor emeritus and chair when they immediately precede a name. Modifiers such as acting, department and adjunct are also capitalized when used before a name. Titles following a name are not capitalized.

  • John Doe, professor of biology
  • Jane Doe, professor in the Department of Education
  • Assistant Professor John Brown
  • John Brown, assistant professor of English

academic year

Use 2013-14 not 2013-2014 for an academic year. Also lowercase seasons, semesters and terms. However, “to,” not a dash, should be used when introducing a range of dates (from 2012 to 2013, not from 2012–13).

  • fall semester, spring semester, summer session
  • He will graduate in spring 2014. She entered college in fall 2012.
  • She plans to retire at the end of the 2014-15 academic year.

acronyms

Always spell out an acronym on the first reference. Use the proper and full name of programs on first reference. Acronyms for buildings should never be used (e.g. SOM, COB, etc.).

  • The Institute of Philosophic Studies (IPS) is the Ph.D. granting division of the University of Dallas. The IPS grants doctorates in literature, philosophy and politics.
  • INCORRECT USAGE: The School of Ministry (SOM) is the ministry school at the university. The SOM offers undergraduate and graduate programs.

address

Always use 1845 E. Northgate Dr., Irving, TX 75062 as the mailing address or return address on any UD publication or web page. Any other format on udallas.edu may negatively affect web search rankings.

Use abbreviations for street (St.), avenue (Ave.) and boulevard (Blvd.) when used in a numbered address. Similar words (alley, drive, road, terrace, etc.) are always spelled out. Directionals - north, south, east, west - are abbreviated when used with an address.

adjunct instructor

Title used for part-time faculty member appointed to teach one academic year or less. Use adjunct instructor rather than adjunct alone. Capitalize when used before a name.

  • Adjunct Instructor Jane Doe teaches biology.
  • She is an adjunct instructor.

administrative titles

Capitalize formal titles before a name. Titles after a name or are not capitalized.

  • Vice President for Advancement John Doe
  • Jane Doe, dean of students
  • Bob Smith, director of finance

adviser v. advisor

Adviser is the preferred spelling according to the AP Stylebook.

affiliate

Non-tenure-track professor. When used with professional title, capitalize before, lowercase after.

  • Affiliate Professor John Doe
  • John Doe, affiliate professor of philosophy

alma mater

A school, college or university that one has attended or from which one has graduated, or the anthem of an institution of higher learning. Do not italicize.

  • The University of Dallas is the alma mater of many Dallas residents.
  • The graduates joined in singing the alma mater.

alumnus, alumni, alumna, alumnae

Use alumnus (alumni in the plural) when referring to a man (or group of men) who attended the university. Use alumna (alumnae in the plural) for similar references to a woman (or group of women). Use alumni when referring to mixed groups of men and women. Alumnus can be used for a single person, gender neutral. Do not use alum.

For all graduates include the abbreviation of the academic degree and the year it was received.

  • John Doe, MBA ’12
  • Jane Doe, BA ’11
  • Bob Smith, BA ’99 MM ’03

a.m.

Abbreviations for divisions of the day are lowercase. Numerals and periods are used with these abbreviations.

Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry

The Ann and Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry was formerly known as simply the School of Ministry (SOM) and prior to that the Institute for Religious and Pastoral Studies (IRPS). Full name on first reference, then Neuhoff School of Ministry or school of ministry (lowercase).

Anselm Hall; do not use dorm.

associate degree

Spell out associate degree instead of abbreviations for most references. Note there is no "s" at the end of associate.

athletics

Athletics is the preferred term to use, rather than sports. General team names should be lowercase: baseball team, softball team. Capitalize Crusaders. Students who participate in athletics should be referred to as student athletes.

Augustine Hall

Baccalaureate Mass

Special liturgy offered at the closing of the academic year.

bachelor's degree

Refer to “academic degrees”

basement

Use lower level. Do not use when referring to University of Dallas locations.

Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery

The official name of the art gallery.

Common incorrect uses: Haggerty Art Gallery, Beatrice M. Haggerty Art Gallery

Bible

Capitalize, without quotation marks, when referring to the Scriptures in the Old Testament or the New Testament. Capitalize related terms like the Gospels, Gospel of St. Mark, the Scriptures and the Holy Scriptures. Lowercase biblical in all uses. Lowercase bible when used as a nonreligious term.

book titles

Use quotation marks to set off the names of books. Exceptions include the Bible and books that are primarily catalogs of reference material (almanacs, dictionaries, etc.).

Braniff Graduate Building

Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts

The official name of the liberal arts graduate school.

Braniff Memorial Tower

buildings

Capitalize official names of university facilities, but not information references. Do not abbreviate any words in building names, including the word building.

  • William A. Blakley Library
  • administration building, the library

Bulletin

The University of Dallas Bulletin is the source of information for official university academic programs.

Catholic

Always capitalize when referring to the Roman Catholic Church.

  • Roman Catholic Church
  • Catholic Church
  • Catholicism

Catholic social teaching

campus

Because the University of Dallas has more than one campus, use university or university community when referring to UD as a whole.

Capstone

Capitalize Capstone.

  • He will complete his Capstone project in 2014.

Catherine Hall

centuries

References to particular centuries should be in lowercase, spelling out numbers less than 10.

  • the first century
  • the 20th century

chairman, chairwoman

A person in charge of a department or committee is a chairman or chairwoman. Do not use chairperson, chair or co-chair unless it is an organization’s formal title for an office. Capitalize as a formal title before a name. Do not capitalize as a casual, temporary position.

  • She is the chairwoman of the Department of English.
  • The chairman and co-chairman will meet on Tuesday.
  • Department Chairman John Smith spoke to the students.
  • Meeting chairwoman Maggie Chase should arrive soon.

church

Capitalize as part of the formal name of a building, a congregation or a denomination. Lowercase in phrases where the church is used in an institutional sense.

  • The Church of the Incarnation
  • The School of Ministry is working to meet the needs of the church.
  • separation of church and state

Church of the Incarnation

class year

The preferred way to reference class year is with an apostrophe and the last two digits of the class year. Capitalize only when part of a proper class name. In text, use class years following a name set off by commas and with the degree abbreviation. If more than one degree has been earned, no comma should separate the degrees. For non-degreed students, do not list a class name. The class year should be referenced as the most recent year of attendance and should not be set off by commas.

  • The Class of '88 was honored at Alumni & Family Weekend this year.
  • John Doe, BA '79, is the university's director of finance.
  • Jane Doe, BS ’90 MA ’01, is the vice president of Acme.

Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas

Cistercian Order, Cistercians

classroom

Should be used as one word.

coed

University of Dallas is a coeducational institution. Do not refer to a female student as a coed.

college, university

Capitalize as part of a formal title. Lowercase otherwise.

  • The Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business at the University of Dallas was established in 2002.
  • The university has an outstanding faculty.
  • She plans to go to college next year.

commas

Use commas to separate elements in a series. In most cases, do not use a comma before the conjunction in a simple series.

  • The Constantin College offers degrees in art, history and economics.

commencement

Ceremony recognizing graduates; preferred over graduation. Use lowercase when referring to commencement in a general sense; uppercase when referring to a specific commencement exercise or ceremony.

  • The commencement speaker has not been announced.
  • During Commencement 2014, the speaker will be limited to a five-minute speech.

committee

Capitalize the full name of specific committees and task forces.

  • Presidential Search Committee

Constantin College of Liberal Arts

The official name of the undergraduate college

Core curriculum

Capitalize core but not curriculum

Cor Fund

The university's annual giving fund

course titles

Lowercase when referring to multiple courses or courses in general. Uppercase if referring to a specific name of a class or if the class uses a proper noun or numeral.

  • a music class, business classes, an English class
  • Art History 260; Chemistry 211: Organic Chemistry
  • The professor teaches Principles of American Politics and Constitutional Law.

co-worker

Use a hyphen.

Crusader (The)

The title of UD's yearbook.

curriculum

Curricula in plural form.

curriculum vitae

Academic equivalent of a résumé. Do not use CV or vita. Plural is curricula vitae.

D-G 

Dallas/Fort Worth

Spell with a forward slash and not a hyphen; do not refer to as the DFW Metroplex

dates

Capitalize the names of months in all uses. When a month is used with a specific date, abbreviate only Jan., Feb., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov., and Dec. Spell out when using alone or with a year. When a date refers to a month, day and year, set off the year with commas before and after the year.

  • January 1992 was a cold month.
  • Jan. 2 was the coldest day of the month
  • Her birthday is May 21.
  • He was born on Feb. 14, 1985, in Texas.

dean

Capitalize when used as a formal title before a name. Lowercase in other uses.

  • The keynote speaker will be Dean John Doe.
  • John Doe is dean of the college.
  • dean of students, assistant dean of admissions

dean's list

Lowercase in all uses.

degrees

See academic degrees.

department

Capitalize proper department names.

diocese

Capitalize as part of a proper name or when referring to a specific diocese.

  • the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dallas
  • the Dallas Diocese
  • The University of Dallas provides educational opportunities for leaders in the diocese.

director

Capitalize when accompanied by a name and used before the name.

  • Director of Residential Life Jane Doe

doctor

Use Dr. only for physicians, dentists, members of the paramedical professions (osteopaths, optometrists, chiropractors, podiatrists etc.) and clergymen who hold earned or honorary doctorates. Do not use as a title in front of a person who holds a doctorate.

doctorate

A noun meaning doctoral degree, not doctorate degree. Preferred form is to say a person holds a doctorate with the name of the area of specialty.

  • Professor John Smith holds a doctorate in psychology.
  • He has a doctoral degree.
  • He has a doctorate.

dollars

Use numerals and the dollar sign. Exception is casual references. For amounts of more than $1 million use the dollar sign and numerals up to two decimal places.

  • The book costs $4.
  • Dad, please give me a dollar.
  • Dollars are flowing overseas.
  • It is worth $4.35 million.

dormitory

Use residence hall or apartment rather than dormitory or dorm.

Due Santi

The official name of the University's campus near Rome is the Eugene Constantin Campus. The Eugene Constantin Campus is the preferred name when referring to the campus near Rome. Rome campus may be used on second reference.

Note that the name Due Santi is commonly used in reference to the university's campus near Rome. The campus, located in the commune of Marino, Italy, is in an area known as Due Santi. This was the last watering stop on the ancient Appian Way before travelers entered the city of Rome. Both Peter and Paul are thought to have stopped there, hence the name Due Santi or Two Saints.

Due Santi Society

Due Santi Society is the proper name of the university’s planned giving society.

email

Lowercase without a hyphen.

Ed Maher Athletic Center and Athletic Complex

entitled/titled

Use the word entitled to mean a right to do or have something. Do not use it to mean titled.

  • She was entitled to the promotion.
  • The book was titled "Gone With the Wind.”

Eta Sigma Phi

National honor society for classics majors.

Eugene McDermott Lectureship

Eugene Constantin Campus

The official name of the university's campus near Rome is the Eugene Constantin Campus. The Eugene Constantin Campus is the preferred name when referring to the campus near Rome. Rome campus may be used on second reference.

Note that the name Due Santi is commonly used in reference to the University's campus near Rome. The campus, located in the commune of Marino, Italy, is in an area known as Due Santi. This was the last watering stop on the ancient Appian Way before travelers entered the city of Rome. Both Peter and Paul are thought to have stopped there, hence the name Due Santi or Two Saints.

emeritus, emeriti, emerita, emeritae

Used to denote individuals who have retired but retain their rank or title. Emeritus is singular masculine adjective; emerita is singular feminine adjective; emeriti is plural masculine or mixed gender group adjective; emeritae is plural feminine adjective. Uppercase when part of a title that comes before the name. Place emeritus after the formal title. Lowercase when not part of a title.

  • Professor Emeritus John Doe
  • John Doe, professor emeritus of philosophy

The department's faculty included two professors emeriti.

faculty

Can stand alone in most references; use member in conjunction with faculty only when defining a person's membership among the faculty.

  • The faculty voted down the proposal.
  • Jones was on the faculty for 30 years.
  • Smith, a member of the faculty, has just published his sixth book.

When referring to the faculty as a group, use is. When referring to several individuals, use are.

  • The faculty is united in its defense of the curriculum.
  • Several faculty are opposed to the proposal.

Never use faculties when referring to members of the faculty.

Fort Worth

Spell out Fort in all instances. Use a forward slash when used in conjunction with Dallas, as in Dallas/Fort Worth.

freshman, freshmen

Note use of singular and plural terms. (see student classifications)

Fulbright Scholar

The Fulbright program is the U.S. government's premier scholarship program. Fulbright is always capitalized.

  • Fulbright Scholar Award
  • a Fulbright award

fundraising, fundraiser

One word in all cases.

Galecke Open

  • XXth annual Galecke Open golf tournament

Gorman Lecture Center

grade point average (GPA)

Spell out grade point average. If you must abbreviate, do not use periods between the letters.

  • Grade point averages are based on a 4.0 scale.

Graduate School of Management (GSM)

The former name of the graduate business school within the College of Business. Use only in historical context. When abbreviating, include the in front of the acronym GSM when used as a noun. When used as an adjective, use GSM only.

graduation

Commencement is the preferred term.

Gregory Hall

H-L

Haggerty Art Village

Helen Corbitt Memorial Suite

Holy Trinity Seminary

Homecoming / Alumni & Family Weekend

Capitalize when referring to the annual university event held in the fall. Preferred title is Alumni & Family Weekend.

honorary degree

All references to honorary degrees should specify that the degree was honorary. Do not use Dr. before the name of an individual whose only doctorate is honorary.

honors

Upon graduation, students can earn the following honors based on grade point averages: summa cum laude, magna cum laude, and cum laude.

  • John Doe graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Dallas.

honor roll

See dean's list.

Interterm

Capitalize Interterm when it refers to weeks of study in January.

  • Students begin Interterm classes on January 2.

Internet

Capitalize in all instances.

Institute for Religious and Pastoral Studies (IRPS)

The IRPS program has been renamed the School of Ministry. Discontinue using the Institute for Religious and Pastoral Studies name and IRPS acronym.

J.M. Haggar Sr. University Center

Jerome Hall

John W. Carpenter Hall

junior

See student classifications

Kappa Delta Pi

The national honor society for education majors

Steve Landregan, Steven T. Landregan or Stephen Thomas Landregan (NOT Steve T. Landregan)

Alumnus and Landregan Lecture supporter

Lynch Hall

M-P

Madonna Hall

Margaret Jonsson Theatre and Courtyard

Mass

Always capitalize when referring to the ceremony, but lowercase any preceding adjectives: high Mass, low Mass, requiem Mass. Note that Mass is celebrated, not said.

Mass of the Holy Spirit

Special liturgy at the opening of the academic year.

master's degree

Use instead of abbreviations for most references; always requires an apostrophe. A master’s degree or a master’s is acceptable in any reference.

mathematics

Always spell out; do not use math.

  • Department of Mathematics
  • She is majoring in mathematics.

medical degree/title abbreviations

Generally, do not use periods: RN, LPN, DVM, etc. An exception might be when using MD or DO after someone’s name, especially in a list that also includes Ph.D.s:

    • Frank Doe, Ph.D.
    • Stephen Slaughter, D.O.

 

National Alumni Board

Often referred to as NAB. Spell out on first reference, then abbreviate.

  • The National Alumni Board (NAB) will meet in June. The new NAB president will lead the meeting.

numbers

Whole numbers one through nine are spelled out in text. For all other numbers, numerals are used.

  • The University of Dallas has two dining facilities.
  • The number of student organizations doubled from 25 to 50.

 

O'Connell Hall

office

Capitalize only as part of a formal name or title.

  • The Office of Advancement is located in Carpenter Hall.

on campus, on-campus

On campus shows adverbial location; on-campus is a unit modifier.

  • She has a job on campus.
  • Students live in on-campus housing.

online

Lowercase and do not hyphenate

over

Over refers to spatial relationships. More than is preferred with numerals.

  • The planes flew over the city.
  • More than 500 students will graduate on Sunday.

paintings

Use quotation marks around the names of paintings and other works of art.

part time, part-time

Hyphenate when used as a compound modifier.

  • She works part time.
  • She has a part-time job.

Patrick E. Haggerty Science Center

percent

One word. Use with numerals and decimals.

  • The teacher said 60 percent was a failing grade.
  • Interest rates rose 2.5 percent.
  • The cost of living rose 0.6 percent.
  • He said 10 to 30 percent may vote.
  • He said 50 percent of the membership was there.

Ph.D.

Preferred form is to say a person holds a doctorate with the name of the area of specialty.

  • Professor John Smith holds a doctorate in psychology.

Phi Beta Kappa

The oldest undergraduate honor society in the United States.

play titles

Put quotation marks around the names of plays, operas and similar titles.

p.m.

Abbreviations for divisions of the day are lowercase. Numerals and periods are used with these abbreviations.

pope


Capitalize when used as a formal title before a name. Lowercase in all other uses.

president

Capitalize when used as a formal title before a name. Lowercase in all other uses.

Priory of St. Albert the Great

professor

Capitalize when used before a name. Do not abbreviate.

  • He studied biology under Professor John Doe.
  • John Doe is a professor of biology.

Psi Chi

The national honor society for psychology majors.

Q-T

Rathskeller

Note that only Rathskeller is capitalized, not the.

registrar

Use registrar (the person) or Office of the Registrar (name of office) when referring specifically to the University registrar.

  • The registrar will assist students with fall registration.
  • Contact the Office of the Registrar to obtain a copy of your transcript.

residence halls

Preferred to dormitories.

Reunion Weekend

Preferred name is Alumni and Family Weekend rather than Homecoming or Reunion Weekend.

Rome campus

The official name of the University's campus near Rome is the Eugene Constantin Campus. The Eugene Constantin Campus is the preferred name when referring to the campus near Rome. Rome campus may be used on second reference.

Note that the name Due Santi is commonly used in reference to the University's campus near Rome. The campus, located in the commune of Marino, Italy, is in an area known as Due Santi. This was the last watering stop on the ancient Appian Way before travelers entered the city of Rome. Both Peter and Paul are thought to have stopped there, hence the name Due Santi or Two Saints.

Rome Program

The University of Dallas Rome Program is the official name of the Rome Program. Use the full title of the program on first reference. You may use Rome Program on second reference.

room

Capitalize in such uses as Carpenter Hall, Room 101. For on-campus use only, Carpenter 101 is acceptable.

SAT

SAT is acceptable on all references for the Scholastic Aptitude Test or Scholastic Assessment Test.

Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business

On first reference, use the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business or, for external references when the university's name is necessary, the University of Dallas' Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business or the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business at the University of Dallas; second and subsequent references - the Gupta College of Business, Gupta College, College of Business, etc.

Do not use Graduate School of Management unless in historical context.

seasons

Lowercase spring, summer, fall and winter and derivatives such as springtime unless part of a proper name or title.

semester

Not capitalized unless part of a proper name.

  • Many new classes were added this semester

senior

See student classifications

sophomore

See student classifications

spacing

Use only one space after sentence endings. This is the industry standard for publications and news media.

sports

See athletics.

state names

Spell out the names of all 50 states when standing alone in textural material. Abbreviate state names when used in conjunction with a city or similar location. Use the two-letter postal abbreviations only with full addresses, including zip codes.

  • This weekend we are visiting relatives in Oklahoma.
  • I will be attending a conference in Los Angeles, Calif.
  • Send your registration to: 1845 E. Northgate Drive, Irving, TX 75062

The following eight states are never abbreviated in text - only in text with full addresses including zip codes.

  • Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Texas and Utah

student

Do not capitalize as a title.

student classifications

Do not capitalize freshman, sophomore, junior or senior. Capitalize when referring to the class as a whole or collective group.

  • Many students study in Rome during their sophomore year.
  • There are 500 juniors enrolled this year.
  • The Senior Class sponsored the event.

telephone numbers

When writing out phone numbers use hyphens and commas.

  • 972-721-5000
  • 800-682-6999
  • 972-721-5000, ext. 5

theater, theatre

Theater is the preferred spelling unless theatre is part of the proper name of a particular group, program or location.

Theresa Hall

times

Numerals are to be used with a.m. and p.m. abbreviations. When indicating a span of time, a.m. and p.m. are included when the time spans both divisions. If both the starting and end time are in the same division, indicate after end time only. Both noon and midnight are lowercase and stand alone.

  • 5 p.m.
  • 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • 5-7 p.m.
  • The haunted house opens at midnight.

titled/entitled

Use the word entitled to mean a right to do or have something. Do not use it to mean titled.

  • She was entitled to the promotion.
  • The book was titled "Gone With the Wind."

titles

Capitalize formal titles before a name. Titles after a name are not capitalized.

  • President Joe Smith
  • John Doe, vice president of finance
  • Assistant Professor Jane Doe

Tower

The official name of the University of Dallas magazine.

trustee

Capitalize when used before a name.

  • Trustee John Doe
  • John Doe, a UD trustee

U-Z

university

Capitalize as part of a formal title. Lowercase otherwise.

  • The University of Dallas was founded in 1956.
  • The university's faculty is outstanding.
  • The high school student has not decided whether to apply to a college or a university.

University Apartments

University of Dallas

In every letter and publication, the full name of the university should be written out on first reference. If the word the is used in front of the title, do not capitalize the unless it is at the beginning of a sentence. On second reference, the university is preferred, but UD also is acceptable. Do not use the in front of UD. Do not capitalize university when it is used alone as a reference to the University of Dallas.

University of Dallas Board of Trustees

The official governing board for the University of Dallas. Lowercase “board of trustees” when it stands alone.

University News (The)

The official name of the university's student newspaper is The University News.

University Scholar (The)

Publication of undergraduate student work.

URL

When writing out a URL, the www. may be dropped. Do not italicize an URL. If a URL ends a sentence, you may leave off the period for clarity.

U.S.

The abbreviation U.S. is acceptable when used as a noun or adjective for United States.

USA

Do not use periods in the abbreviation for United States of America.

Vergil

Not Virgil. (Per Dr. Sweet.)

vice president

Written as two words. Capitalize when used as a formal title before a name. Lowercase in all other uses.

Web

Short form of World Wide Web. Web applications are not capitalized and are written as one word.

  • website, webpage, webcast, webcam, webmaster

website

One word, lowercase.

West Hall

The proper name of the new residence hall located on the southwest side of campus.

William A. Blakley Library

years

Use an s without an apostrophe to indicate spans of decades or centuries. Use a comma after the year when included with month and day.

  • the 1960s, the 1800s, the ’80s, the ’90s
  • The committee set July 5, 2014, as the due date for the report.

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