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Subject:Re: "Ms." or "Ms"? From:Shannon Ford <shannon -at- UNIFACE -dot- NL> Date:Thu, 10 Mar 1994 09:05:01 +0100
Just as a side note, in Britain (Alun, correct me if I'm wrong), it is
becoming common not to use a period (full stop) after any of the Mr., Mrs.,
and Ms. abbreviations (see for example, the editing style of the Guardian),
so there you could write Mr Mrs and Ms