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Addresses 2

  1. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. The stop sign on Kendall Terr. at 9th St. had been knocked to the ground by the car that had come to rest in the yard at Twelve West 9th Street.
      b. The stop sign on Kendall Terr. at Ninth St. had been knocked to the ground by the car that had come to rest in the yard at 12 W. Ninth Street.
      c. The stop sign on Kendall Terrace at Ninth Street had been knocked to the ground by the car that had come to rest in the yard at 12 W. Ninth St.
      d. The stop sign on Kendall Terrace at 9th Street had been knocked to the ground by the car that had come to rest in the yard at Twelve West Ninth St.
  2. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. State Senator Anne McRoy spoke with every resident on S. Thirty-third street about the proposal to build a prison on E. Adams Rd.
      b. St. Sen. Anne McRoy spoke with every resident on South Thirty-third Street about the proposal to build a prison on East Adams Rd.
      c. State Sen. Anne McRoy spoke with every resident on S. 33rd street about the proposal to build a prison on East Adams Rd.
      d. State Sen. Anne McRoy spoke with every resident on South 33rd Street about the proposal to build a prison on East Adams Road.
  3. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. The storms are heaviest along the west coast of Fla. and in southern Miss. and Ala., said Wendy Wright, a Ph.D. meteorologist.
      b. The storms are heaviest along the west coast of Fla. and in southern Miss. and Ala., said Wendy Wright, a meteorologist with a doctor’s degree.
      c. The storms are heaviest along the west coast of FL and in southern MS and AL, said Dr. Wendy Wright, a meteorologist.
      d. The storms are heaviest along the west coast of Florida and in southern Mississippi and Alabama, said Wendy Wright, a meteorologist.
  4. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. “Few people bring to the job of state treasurer the kind of qualifications Dr. Bill Anderson has,” Gov. Henrietta Mitchell said during the campaign rally on North Benton Drive.
      b. “Few people bring to the job of state treasurer the kind of qualifications Doctor Bill Anderson has,” Governor Henrietta Mitchell said during the campaign rally on N. Benton Dr.
      c. “Few people bring to the job of state treasurer the kind of qualifications Dr. Bill Anderson has,” Governor Henrietta Mitchell said during the campaign rally on North Benton Drive.
      d. “Few people bring to the job of state treasurer the kind of qualifications Doctor Bill Anderson has,” Gov. Henrietta Mitchell said during the campaign rally on North Benton Dr.
  5. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. Police Lieut. Sara Connolly said the raid at 3478 Northwest Bay Shore Terr. uncovered a methamphetamine laboratory, and two men from Schenectady, New York, were arrested on suspicion of operating the lab.
      b. Police LT Sara Connolly said the raid at 3478 N.W. Bay Shore Terr. uncovered a methamphetamine laboratory, and two men from Schenectady, New York, were arrested on suspicion of operating the lab.
      c. Police Lt. Sara Connolly said the raid at 3478 N.W. Bay Shore Terrace uncovered a methamphetamine laboratory, and two men from Schenectady, N.Y., were arrested on suspicion of operating the lab.
      d. Police Lt. Sara Connolly said the raid at 3478 Northwest Bay Shore Terrace uncovered a methamphetamine laboratory, and two men from Schenectady, NY, were arrested on suspicion of operating the lab.
  6. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. The fire at Twenty-three Fifty-seven North 1st St. destroyed the Fresh Taste Baking Company and the Comfort Stride Shoe Corporation, said Captain Donna Grassi of the Fire Department.
      b. The fire at 23-57 North 1st St. destroyed the Fresh Taste Baking Company and the Comfort Stride Shoe Corporation, said CPT Donna Grassi of the Fire Depart.
      c. The fire at 2356 North 1st Street destroyed the Fresh Taste Baking Co. and the Comfort Stride Shoe Corp., said Captain Donna Grassi of the Fire Department.
      d. The fire at 2357 N. First St. destroyed the Fresh Taste Baking Co. and the Comfort Stride Shoe Corp., said Capt. Donna Grassi of the Fire Department.
  7. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. The leading candidates to replace Ben Townsend as U.S. senator are Gov. Mitch Kendall and state Rep. Clara Cassidy.
      b. The leading candidates to replace Ben Townsend as US senator are Governor Mitch Kendall and state Representative Clara Cassidy.
      c. The leading candidates to replace Ben Townsend as U-S Sen. are Gov. Mitch Kendall and state Rep. Clara Cassidy.
      d. The leading candidates to replace Ben Townsend as U.S. senator are Governor Mitch Kendall and state Representative Clara Cassidy.
  8. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. Assistant District Attorney Nancy O’Brien arrived for the trial at the county courthouse at 9 Main St.
      b. Asst. Dist. Attorney Nancy O’Brien arrived for the trial at the county courthouse at Nine Main Street.
      c. Assistant D.A. Nancy O’Brien arrived for the trial at the county courthouse at 9 Main Street.
      d. Assistant Dist. Atty. Nancy O’Brien arrived for the trial at the county courthouse at Nine Main St.
  9. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. Central States Airlines Incorporated said it would begin direct flights to Honolulu, Haw.; Portland, OR; and Sacramento, Cal., next month.
      b. Central States Airlines Incorp. said it would begin direct flights to Honolulu, Hawaii; Portland, OR; and Sacramento, Calif., next month.
      c. Central States Airlines Inc. said it would begin direct flights to Honolulu, Hawaii; Portland, Ore.; and Sacramento, Calif., next month.
      d. Central States Airlines Inc. said it would begin direct flights to Honolulu, Ha.; Portland, Oregon; and Sacramento, CA, next month.
  10. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in print copy.
      a. The Young Men’s Christian Assn. will use the proceeds from the concert to build a new swimming pool and renovate the basketball courts, Exec. Dir. Tim McDonald said.
      b. The Y.M.C.A. will use the proceeds from the concert to build a new swimming pool and renovate the basketball courts, Exec. Director Tim McDonald said.
      c. The Y-M-C-A will use the proceeds from the concert to build a new swimming pool and renovate the basketball courts, Execuctive Dir. Tim McDonald said.
      d. The YMCA will use the proceeds from the concert to build a new swimming pool and renovate the basketball courts, Executive Director Tim McDonald said.
  11. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in broadcast copy.
      a. Because of the fire at 12-23 Calvert Avenue, police closed Calvert, Hodgson Boulevard and 12th Terrace to all traffic.
      b. Because of the fire at 1223 Calvert Ave., police closed Calvert, Hodgson Blvd. and Twelfth Terr. to all traffic.
      c. Because of the fire at Twelve Twenty-Three Calvert Avenue, police closed Calvert, Hodgson Blvd. and Twelfth Terr. to all traffic.
      d. Because of the fire at 12-23 Calvert Ave., police closed Calvert, Hodgson Blvd. and 12th Terr. to all traffic.
  12. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in broadcast copy.
      a. During the news conference at the FBI office at 3745 Central Ave., Special Agent Christa Weston announced the arrest of 11 men from Seattle, Wash., on charges of plotting terrorist attacks on the U.S.
      b. During the news conference at the F.B.I. office at 3745 Central Avenue, Special Agent Christa Weston announced the arrest of 11 men from Seattle, Washington, on charges of plotting terrorist attacks on the U.S.
      c. During the news conference at the F-B-I office, Special Agent Christa Weston announced the arrest of eleven men from Seattle, Washington, on charges of plotting terrorist attacks on the United States.
      d. During the news conference at the F-B-I office at 37-45 Central Avenue, Special Agent Christa Weston announced the arrest of 11 men from Seattle, Washington, on charges of plotting terrorist attacks on the United States.
  13. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in broadcast copy.
      a. A team of surgeons led by Dr. Darlene Long repaired Governor Claude Carlson’s heart valves.
      b. A team of surgeons led by Doctor Darlene Long repaired Gov. Claude Carlson’s heart valves.
      c. A team of surgeons led by Dr. Darlene Long repaired Gov. Claude Carlson’s heart valves.
      d. A team of surgeons led by Darlene Long, an M-D, repaired Governor Claude Carlson’s heart valves.
  14. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in broadcast copy.
      a. Sen. Gordon Trent said the president’s nominee for U.S. ambassador to the U.N. was likely to antagonize several Latin American countries.
      b. Sen. Gordon Trent said the president’s nominee for U-S amb. to the U-N was likely to antagonize several Latin American countries.
      c. Senator Gordon Trent said the president’s nominee for United States ambassador to the U.N. was likely to antagonize several Latin American countries.
      d. Senator Gordon Trent said the president’s nominee for U-S ambassador to the U-N was likely to antagonize several Latin American countries.
  15. Select the sentence free of errors in AP style for addresses and abbreviations in broadcast copy.
      a. The Police Depart. and the F.B.I. freed all nine hostages who had been held at the 1st National Bank Corp. at 1315 N. 5th St. for seven hours.
      b. The Police Dept. and the F-B-I freed all nine hostages who had been held at the 1st Nat’l Bank Corp. at 1315 North Fifth St. for seven hours.
      c. The Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation freed all nine hostages who had been held at the First National Bank Corp. at 13-15 North Fifth Street for seven hours.
      d. The Police Department and the F-B-I freed all nine hostages who had been held at the First National Bank for seven hours.
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