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You can use the sortname field to specify exactly under which name (and where) the entry ought to be sorted (see p. 27 of the biblatex documentation). What you have to keep in mind here is that Biber's sorting algorithm does apply the nosort options to the author and editor field and does remove the "al-" there prior to sorting, but does no such thing to ...

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This won't work. \uppercase is a primitive which will works ok for simple text, but not with arbitrary content, and not with complicated commands like \cite. In your case I also see no need to use it. The footnotes starts with an uppercase already in most cases. There is the \Cite command, and for the az-Zayn you can use \autocap: ...

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You can't do this directly. However, you can define a macro which sets long-format to \capitalisewords in a group: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mfirstuc} \usepackage{acro} \DeclareAcronym{t}{short={t},long={this is a test}} \newcommand*\accapitalizelong[1]{% \begingroup \acsetup{long-format=\capitalisewords}% #1% \endgroup } ...

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