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AP Stylebook

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Burgundy, Champagne (but lowercase prosecco), chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, pinot noir #YesPlease #APStyleChat
Capitalize "Valley" in a proper name, such as Mississippi Valley. Lowercase in plural uses.
The Negroni – gin, Campari and sweet vermouth – is said to be named for a count in Florence so it's capitalized because it's a proper noun.
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India pale ale is a hoppy type of beer. IPA is acceptable on second reference. Read about a hops surplus this year: apne.ws/njwfh11
Use 911, with no hyphens, in all references for the U.S. emergency call number.
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Add 's to possessives for singular common nouns ending in s: the hostess's invitation. We'll talk more punctuation in #APStyleChat Monday.
Parents give their kids busses before sending them off on buses headed for school.
Gender refers to a person's social identity while sex refers to physical characteristics. Our new gender entry has more detail.
When using -phobia words like xenophobia, be specific about observable actions and avoid descriptions or language that assumes motives.
If you are having a cookout this summer, remember that AP style is barbecue, not BBQ or Bar-B-Q, and hot dog is two words.
How long will we take to write this tweet about Parkinson's law? That depends. How long do we have?
AP style tip: Call sites such as Airbnb, VRBO and HomeAway vacation rental websites, not home-sharing sites or room-sharing sites.
 
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