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   Namesake refers to that which is named out of a regard for another person. An eponym is the person for whom
   something is named.

       James Madison University is the namesake of fourth President James Madison.
       President James Madison is the eponym of the university.

nondiscrimination statement
   JMU policy dictates that JMU's current official statement on nondiscrimination appear in certain communications.
   Contact the Office of Equal Opportunity directly for questions about appropriate usage and the most up-to-date language .

   Spell out numbers less than 10; use numerals for 10 and up, ages and percentages.

       zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 100, etc.
       1-year-old, 20-year-old
       1 percent, 75 percent