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The commands \lowercase and \uppercase don't expand their contents; they just convert character tokens in their argument and put back the token list in the input stream. In your code, what's subject to possible case change are m w @ m and u; indeed, if you try \lowercase{\csname MW@MU\endcsname} you'll get the same result as \lowercase{\csname ...


This can be done in the following way, if you are willing to create a custom .bst file. In your document, you need the following lines: \usepackage{titlecaps} \Addlcwords{the of into} where the \usepackage makes use of the titlecaps package which has the \titlecap macro. The \Addlcwords macro provides a list of words that should remain lower case and ...

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