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Question 1: In Terry Pratchett's ________ series Death speaks in unquoted small caps.
DiscworldWitches (Discworld)Discworld geographyDiscworld characters

Question 2: The capitalization of the name of the ________ operating system was originally "Unix", but was typeset in early technical documents in small caps, until the all-caps typesetting stuck.
GNU Core UtilitiesMan pageAWKUnix

Question 3: Small caps can be specified in ________ using "font-variant: small-caps;".
XHTMLHTMLDocument Object ModelCascading Style Sheets

Question 4: Some publishers' house styles, such as those of Newsweek and ________, use small caps to refer to the name of their own publications inside the same or another publication.
SuperheroSupermanVertigo (DC Comics)DC Comics

Question 5: They are used in running text to prevent capitalized words from appearing too large on the page, and as a method of emphasis or distinctiveness for text alongside or instead of ________, or when boldface is inappropriate.
Italic typeTypographyDashHyphen

Question 6: Small caps are commonly used for showing keyboard shortcuts; for example, "The keyboard shortcut in ________ for small caps is Ctrl+Shift+K."
Microsoft ExcelMicrosoft OfficeMicrosoft WordHistory of Microsoft Word

Question 7: Additionally, the ________ range has superscript "small capital" characters.
Unicode Phonetic SymbolsApproximant consonantDental consonantInternational Phonetic Alphabet

Question 8: Perhaps the most common use of small capitals is in the rendering of the word "Lord" in many versions of the Old Testament of the ________.
Nevi'imBiblical canonBibleChristianity and Judaism

Question 9: [2] Typically, an ordinary "Lord" corresponds to the use of the word ________ in the original Hebrew, but the small caps "Lord" corresponds to the use of Yahweh in the original; in some versions the compound "Lord God" represents the Hebrew compound Adonai Yahweh.
KabbalahJewish eschatologyNevi'imNames of God in Judaism

Question 10: Many word processors and ________ systems include an option to format text in caps and small caps; this leaves uppercase letters as they are, but converts lowercase letters to small caps.
TypefaceBook designTypesettingComputer font
















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