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  • proper n. A surname.


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From a Middle English diminutive of the female given name Emma.


  • (Additional reporting by Robin Emmott in Monterrey)

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  • Bill Emmott, who was editor in chief during most of my time at the paper, was the ideal boss: remote, vague, but always supportive and intelligent when it mattered.

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  • By 2006 and 2007, India was growing at more than 9 percent and looking, in the words of Bill Emmott, a former editor of the Economist, “more ‘East Asian’ all the time.”

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  • "If we fail, it would mean that no other victims of Catholic priests would be able to be compensated," said Tracey Emmott of Emmott Snell, a specialist in working with sexual abuse claims who is representing JGE.JGE alleges that she was sexually abused by Father Wilfred Baldwin, a priest of the Roman Catholic diocese of Portsmouth and its "vocations director", who regularly visited The Firs during the 70s.

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  • They claim that the relationship between the bishop of the diocese and the parish priest in question does not amount to anything akin to a relationship of employment, and therefore there cannot be any 'vicarious liability' for the priest's acts," Emmott said."

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  • As for the classical restaurant, my friend Bill Emmott, the former editor of the Economist and author of "Forza, Italia," raved about a simple place in Turin called Ristorante Monferrato.

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  • Emmott sees them as more concerned with besting one another than with supplanting the United States, and he paints an alarming picture of potential conflicts among them and also with smaller states like Pakistan and North Korea.

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  • In a chatty but serious study, Emmott, a former editor of The Economist, details the growing competition among China, India, and Japan.

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  • Though Emmott did not say so, the same could also be said of the UK or the U.S.A.

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  • Emmott though is wise to include Japan, as it remains the second largest economy in the world, continues to lead in many areas of innovation and continues to move albeit slowly away from the pacifist approach to politics it took in the Cold War.

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