The Supreme Court of the United States.
- ‘It will take successive waves of such decisions to reach up the beach to the SCOTUS.’
- ‘You see, the Dems are protesting a SCOTUS decision that upholds a law many of them voted for.’
- ‘We have got him supporting the SCOTUS decision on guns.’
- ‘The SCOTUS struck a big blow for digital copyright protections this morning.’
- ‘This was the legal argument that the SCOTUS rejected today.’
Late 19th century: acronym.
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.