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For a politician who appeals to France's family-values crowd, Mses.
Ms. Le Pen does not have the same opinion as her father on the gas chambers, Mses.
Ms. Le Pen "holds out her stigmata of the discriminated child to . . . provoke outrage and appear a martyr," Mses.
Blatz, Carlton and Taunton-Rigby and Mr. Truscott have been nominated for election to the class of Directors whose term will expire at the annual meeting to be held in 2009, Ms. Jones and Mr. Carlson have been nominated for election to the class of Directors whose term will expire at the annual meeting to be held in 2010, and Mses.
"Either Mss. or Mses. may be used as the modern English plural of Ms. Alternatively, if using the traditional French plurals (" Messieurs "for Mr., and
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