people should have the right to capitalize part of the value of these benefits
We should capitalize the word, as this is how we are taught to refer to God.
an attempt by the opposition to capitalize on the government's embarrassment
There is a certain market in English that refuses to capitalize words or use punctuation.
The convention to capitalize the first letter of a meaning-laden noun may therefore be particularly useful in aiding structural analysis, allowing easy assignment of some words to their proper grammatical class.
It's likely that some of this ill-gotten gain has been used to capitalize businesses or endow universities.
As I noted briefly, it generally is an accepted accounting practice to capitalize assets.
One adjustment is to capitalize R&D expenditures and amortize them over five years instead of expensing these investments in the year they are made.
While any newspaper could set a style to capitalize the word ‘black,’ McIntyre said he doesn't know how much influence it would have outside the newspaper itself.
His tone spoke of his importance, he seemed to capitalize every significant word.