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How do I get the contents in a table cell to wrap to the next line

I have the following HTML code:

<div align="center">
<p><table width="60%">
  <tbody style= "line-height:12px; font-size:11px">
  <tr>
<th height="20" bgcolor="#f3f3ea" colspan="4" align="left"><div align="center">UAB Terms</div></th>
</tr>
<tr>
      <td ><div align="center"><a href="/barcelona/uab/calendar/2014-2015/fall-2014" target="_self">Pre-established Fall 2014</a></div></td>
 
    <td ><div align="center"><a href="/barcelona/uab/calendar/2014-2015/spring-2015"target="_self">Pre-established Spring 2015</a></div></td>
    <td ><div align="center"><a href="/barcelona/uab/calendar/2014-2015/spring-2015-regular"target="_self">Regular Spring 2015</a></div></td>
    <td ><div align="center"><a href="/barcelona/uab/calendar/2014-2015/summer-2015"target="_self">Summer 2015</a></div></td>
  </tr>
<tr>
<td colspan="4">
<hr />
</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>
</p>
</div>

Currently, the value in the third column, "Regular Spring 2015" displays like this:

Regular Spring
2015

I would like to have it be displayed like so:

Regular
Spring 2015

How do I get the word "Spring" to appear on the next line?

Thanks.
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geeta_m9
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geeta_m9
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geeta_m9Author Commented:
I would also like the contents in the rest of the cells to display the same way - only the third cell's value to look different as described above.
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duttcomCommented:
Try adding a non-breaking space between Spring and 2015 -

Regular Spring&nbsp;2015
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geeta_m9Author Commented:
That worked, thanks!
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