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** In Spanish, the abbreviation of the pronoun usted and ustedes, Ud., Uds., Vd., or Vds., is usually written with a capital.
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** Spanish Americans and early modern Spanish cuisine, as well as Basque-Americans and Basque cuisine.
** In the Spanish Basque country, Gascon was spoken in the centre of Donostia-San Sebastián, perhaps until the beginning of the 20th century.
** Many languages, such as Bulgarian, Swedish, Norwegian, Frisian, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Ukrainian, Dutch and most Occitan variants, use trilled rhotics.
** Southern ( Campidanese Sardinian ), more influenced by Spanish and continental Italian according to Max Leopold Wagner:
** Table of contents, bibliography of On the Origin of Species – links to text and images of all six British editions of The Origin of Species, the 6th edition with additions and corrections ( final text ), the first American edition, and translations into Danish, Dutch, French, German, Polish, Russian and Spanish.
** and abbreviation
** Optionally: abbreviation of soldiers ' religion ( KAT for Roman Catholics, GR-KAT for Greek Catholics, PRAW for Orthodox, MOJ for Jewish, AUG for Lutherans, ANG for Anglicans and MAH for Muslims )
** Millimetre length and Millilitre volume, erroneously spelled " mil " instead of the metric unit symbol " mm " and " ml " or correct abbreviation " milli ".
** proposes using the symbol π ( the Greek letter pi, as an abbreviation for perimeter ) to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
** Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service, LMDS related to MMDS abbreviation for Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service
** Light Cavalry (, abbreviation :-IMa, and-ICM ), cavalry units of Troupes de Marine use the military ranks of infantry.
** and pronoun
** Dummy pronouns are used when grammatical rules require a noun ( or pronoun ), but none is semantically required.
** Often, though, the term " possessive pronoun " is also applied to the so-called possessive adjectives ( or possessive determiners ).
** In German, the formal second person singular or plural pronoun Sie is capitalized along with all its case-forms ( Ihre, Ihres, etc.
** Similarly, in Russian the formal second-person pronoun Вы, and its oblique cases Вас, Вам etc., is capitalized ( usually in personal correspondence ); and similarly in Bulgarian.
** Slovenian, Croatian, Serbian capitalize the formal second-person pronoun Vi along with its oblique cases ( Vas, Vam, Vami ) and personal pronoun ( Vaš etc.
** In Danish, the plural second-person pronoun, I, is capitalized, but its other forms jer and jeres are not.
** Note that the indirect object pronoun forms le and les appear, even when the indirect object is given in full ; see Spanish pronouns.