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tautology (grammatical)

Saying the same thing twice.

Significant landmark.
Added bonus.

See also redundancy


teaching

See learning and teaching

telephone numbers

See contact details


title case

Only use title case to write out the full official title of something, for instance:

The Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering.
We were given a tour of the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering.

Note that the connecting words (of, and) don't have initial capitals. There are no grammatical rules for title case but we prefer the mixture of upper and lower-case initials.


titles, people

See honorary titles


time

See dates and times