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- n. a letter dealing with personal affairs
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In a personal letter to General R. H. Chilton of Lee's staff he set forth his unhappiness and enumerated some of the faults he saw in the defense of the state.
The new pope, Alexander VI—a member of the Borgia family—mysteriously dropped all the charges and threats against him, actually writing him a personal letter of support—but why?
Expecting Begin to look unfavorably on any proposal that called on Israel to give up any part of the West Bank and its claim to all of Jerusalem, I sent a personal letter to him meant to supplement a more detailed briefing on the plan to be given to him by our excellent ambassador in Israel, Samuel Lewis.
Before leaving Montevideo, he wrote a personal letter to King George V, whom he had known during the monarch’s naval career.
Editor-in-chief Ed Thompson addressed a personal letter to both Neil and Dave: I know that you were not entirely satisfied with the result and I think we’ve thought up an approach for the future which will cause less bleeding on your part and on the part of Life.