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err in favour of verb form

When a page is clearly not describing something with a proper legal name, use lowercase verb phrases wherever you can, i.e. err in favour of verb form.

For instance if you could name a page "Respect For Diversity", "Respect for Diversity", "Respect for diversity", "respect for diversity", "respect diversity?", which is the best name? It's obvious when you lay out all the choices and you think about using the phrase in a sentence. See also key phrase on this.

Verb forms are usually shorter, always more active, and force your sentences into present tense. Where you can't nail the verb use lowercase noun phrases derived from Wikipedia or Wikinfo names for things. Don't invent anything.






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