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Telegraph style book: names and titles - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph style book: names and titles  Telegraph.co.uk

Generally: at first mention use the person's name in full. Then use Mr, Mrs, Miss. Ms is permissible out of courtesy when it is the title that the person herself ...

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In The News: August 2017 Archives - Fine Books & Collections Magazine

In The News: August 2017 Archives  Fine Books & Collections Magazine

New York, NY—The Thaw Collection is considered among the foremost private collections of drawings assembled over the last half century. It was first promised ...

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A chance encounter with Jack Ma, young and hustling - Crain's Detroit Business

A chance encounter with Jack Ma, young and hustling  Crain's Detroit Business

Billionaire Jack Ma and his Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd. are in Detroit for the first time this week for the e-commerce giant's Gateway 17 event. The event is ...

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A tour of the bridges on Chinese stamps - Linn's Stamp News

A tour of the bridges on Chinese stamps  Linn's Stamp News

By Barry Gartell. Note: The pinyin form of Romanization is used throughout this article, but for places whose name is also known by an older form of ...

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Historical Fiction and the New Literary Taboo - The Millions

Historical Fiction and the New Literary Taboo  The Millions

There's a moment in Shawna Yang Ryan's soaring new novel, Green Island, where the narrator is about to break away from the life she's always known; she will ...

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Elena Ferrante Names the Devil and Slays the Minotaur - The Millions

Elena Ferrante Names the Devil and Slays the Minotaur  The Millions

How to explain that feeling of astonishment and relief that Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan quartet engenders for so many readers, especially her recent Story of the ...

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Isabella Bird braved malaria, floods and wars to trek across China in 1894 - Daily Mail

Isabella Bird braved malaria, floods and wars to trek across China in 1894  Daily Mail

A new book celebrates the success of the intrepid traveller, who only began writing in her early forties and didn't discover photography until she was 60 years ...

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The restaurant may have originated in Song Dynasty China - Shanghaiist

The restaurant may have originated in Song Dynasty China  Shanghaiist

By Benjamin Cost The restaurant could be the latest item in a long list of revealed-to-be Chinese inventions! Formerly misattributed as Western creations, ...

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