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Rule "capitalize proper names, geographic terms, historic episodes..."

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Description: capitalize proper names, geographic terms, historic episodes...
Message: If you're writing about the holiday Thanksgiving, the name should be capitalized.
Category: Upper/Lowercase (ID: CASING)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • Happy thanksgiving!
    Correction suggestion: Thanksgiving
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • An addition is made to the "hoda'ah" (thanksgiving) benediction in the Amidah (thrice-daily prayers), called Al ha-Nissim ("On/about the Miracles").
  • Fairs and special thanksgiving pujas (prayers) are common in the Hindu tradition.
  • Offering a meal (usually dinner) was also part of the thanksgiving ritual.
  • They forbid marriage and require abstinence from foods that God created to be received with thanksgiving for those who believe and know the truth.
  • Several centuries later the legend was claimed as fact by Pope Pius II, who himself also walked ten miles barefoot in the ice and snow as an act of pious thanksgiving.
  • Prayers may be performed as petition (or intercession), thanksgiving, blessing (or benediction), praise or confession.
  • She also said listening to her daughter delivering a sermon with the same fervor and intensity her father had "was a joyous occasion; a real thanksgiving."
  • ...ith praise and thanksgiving, asking You to...
  • This rich tradition is now a celebration of life and thanksgiving for all Caguyumanons.
  • The bowl raised to heavens is a gesture of thanksgiving and offering to God Almighty for the generous outpouring of graces and blessings, bountiful harvests and sustained peace and prosperity.
  • ...representative of thanksgiving and conclusion...
  • All of the guests are seated and grace is said, usually using the Selkirk Grace, a well-known thanksgiving said before meals, using the Scots language.
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