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Congratulations to Ray Kowalik, CEO of Burns & McDonnell, for having the courage, foresight and confidence to offer a private-sector solution to a public-sector problem. As a frequent traveler, I think Kansas City International Airport is outdated and very History can be maddeningly unspecific about certain things, particularly chronology. But when it comes to the history of the chain Letter A, it’s very possible that Jesus was the first to author one. Hundreds of years ago, a story made the rounds that As a lover of old letters, I have a special soft spot for the lost art of letter-writing — an art robbed of romance and even basic courtesy in the age of rapid-fire, efficiency-obsessed, typed-with-one-thumb-on-a-tiny-keyboard communication.

So I was And why is it necessary to pay $363,000 for another enigma project? (The use of laser technology to determine which city streets need repaving.) And why is it sometimes necessary for the city to use an out-of-town attorney to represent Amarillo? The city As scientists dedicated to studying genetic variation, we thank David Dobbs for his review of Nicholas Wade’s “A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History” (July 13), and for his description of Wade’s misappropriation of research from Are you open to the Letter A idea that the open letter has become the victim of its own success? Nowadays, calling something an open letter seems like redundant, repetitious repetition. After all, what isn’t open anymore? We tweet the most private thought or deed .

A reader recently sent me one of the best cover letters I’ve ever seen, and she nicely agreed to allow me to reprint it here in case it inspires anyone else. Note: Don’t steal this letter or even parts of it. The reason this letter works is because This past June, I participated in an orientation session during which new interns were asked to write self-addressed letters expressing their hopes and anxieties. The sealed envelopes were collected and then returned 6 months later, when I’m sure the This afternoon the New York times published a brief Letter A from Broadway legend Harold Prince. Using a choice few words and an elegant backstage metaphor, the 89 year old director and producer weighed in on the national atmosphere, comparing Donald Trump One young woman shared a story of how she continues to connect with the mother she lost nearly six years ago. Though her mother is no longer physically present, her words continue to touch her daughter’s life. Nicholette Pennington was just 25 years old .

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