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    Default in Summer 2004 /in summer 2004

    I'm not sure whether to capitalize summer in the following contexts:

    "is expected to be available from S/summer 2004"

    and

    "He started working at X in S/summer 2004"

    Is there a rule to this? Thanks so much.

    Kerstin

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    Default Re: in Summer 2004 /in summer 2004

    Say "in the summer of 2004". There is no need to capitalize summer there.


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