CamelCase

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CamelCase

The spelling of a hardware or software product with multiple capital letters; for example, "BlackBerry," "InterBase" and "CardSpace." Also called "BumpyCaps," "CamelCaps," "InterCaps" and "MixedCase," CamelCase purists claim that the word always begins with lower case, such as "camelCase" and not "CamelCase."
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Although many taxpayers will properly address these changes beginning with their 2014 tax returns, it is imperative you review and align your internal capitalization policies as well as discuss them with your tax advisor.
Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair, CEO of Mashreq stated: "Over the course of the last year our shareholders have shown strong support for the bank, helping us retain profit levels and build a strong capital base through internal capitalization. As a result, our capital adequacy stands at 14% which is above the UAE central bank requirements." 2009 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)
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