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Looks like I should explain myself. I only use "Ms." to be different from
Bernstein's "Miss" because I disagree with him sometimes, but I also disagree
with his Miss T., too.
And, yes, we did discuss "Ms./Ms" before. I'm still not sure about that. My
feeling is "Ms" is a word Gloria S made up. "Ms" isn't an abbreviation for
anything as are "Mr." and "Mrs." So, like "Miss," "Ms" probably shouldn't
the period. But my dictionary spells it with a period. It's a case of do
whatever, I guess. Beth
|______<-- I think that's the point some people were trying to
make about the improbability of creating the end-all, do-all