letters used as words or referred to as letters (“letters as letters”)
see CMS 7.58–7.61
University of Wisconsin–Madison Libraries, UW–Madison Libraries, the libraries, Memorial Library, College Library
lowercase for this segment of WAA members
Use numerals with periods rather than numerals with parentheses; be consistent about capitalizing the first word of a new line or not; use a colon to introduce a list or series: The menu lists three kinds of dessert: pie, cake, and pudding; use a colon after an introductory statement that contains the words as follows or the following; use a colon or period after other statements introducing lists.
login, logon, logoff as nouns; log in, log on, log off as verbs
example: my login is tammyfae, but I login to my account.
Lowell Center, the
lowercase the in running text; in stacked information (e.g., in invitations), use just Lowell Center (not The Lowell Center)