back up (v.) backup (n. and adj.)
Use because to denote a specific cause-effect relationship: He went because he was told. Since it is acceptable when the first event in a sequence leads logically to the second but is not its direct cause: They went to the game since they had been given the tickets.
The rules in prefixes apply, but in general, no hyphen. Some examples: bipartisan, bimonthly, bifocal, bilingual
A website where short entries are usually (but not always) presented in reverse chronological order with the newest entry first. It can be news, commentary, photos, video, or any combination of the above and other items. Originally a shortening of the term "Weblog," blog is no commonly used.
board of directors, board of trustees
Always lowercase internal elements of an organization when they have names widely used generic terms: the board of trustees for the university, Tacoma Art Museum's board of directors. Capitalize when using the full, official name: University of Puget Sound Board of Trustees; Puget Sound Board of Trustees.
Note: Cabinet is a widely used generic term and should therefore be lowercase. Capitalize internal elements of an organization when they have names that are not widely used generic terms: the General Assembly of the World Council of Churches, the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association.
See Titles, composition.
When they are used, capitalize brand names. Brand names normally should be used only if they are essential to a story. The same rule applies to company name and trademark. Also, see Capitalization, proper nouns, proper names.
The rules in prefixes apply, but in general, no hyphen: byline, bypass, byproduct.