RE: In situ vs. in-situ?

From:Gary Gill

in situ, which may be italicized to indicate it's Latin (i.e., not English),
meaning in place.  No capital I unless the first word in a sentence and not

Several alternative pronunciations are possible

in si·tu
adv. & adj. 
In the original position. 

[Latin in sit : in, in + sit, ablative of situs, place.] 

Gary Gill

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Cartun []
Sent: Friday, March 28, 2003 9:08 AM
Subject: In situ vs. in-situ?

I know this is trivial, but what is the proper way to write these two

R. Cartun

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