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Google it. Choose your chef and google it. From the New York Times to the BBC.

 

There is no point pretending usage is other than it is.

 

example

 

... Coltat calls the design “an homage to to the career of Chef Bouley ...

 

That's cunty.

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The Professor just twatted himself:

 

http://mouthfulsfood.com/forums//index.php...mp;#entry921652

 

Mix: Shaw, whose literary agent was Chef Psaltis's twin brother, thought it the funnest thing in the universe. Everyone else hated it. Psaltis was fired soon after and the place closed within a couple of years.

 

This is an example of the use of 'Chef' for the purposes of disambiguation -- in this case of the Pslatis twins; one chef and one publicist. Or perhaps it's irony. Or maybe both.

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... Coltat calls the design “an homage to to the career of Chef Bouley ...

 

That's cunty.

Perhaps Gerard Coltat is a self-obsessed foodie as well as a fairly well-known artist.

 

Perhaps he hasn't heard of George Orwell either. Perhaps you're committing the naturalistic fallacy with your googlism.

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The Professor just twatted himself:

 

http://mouthfulsfood.com/forums//index.php...mp;#entry921652

 

Mix: Shaw, whose literary agent was Chef Psaltis's twin brother, thought it the funnest thing in the universe. Everyone else hated it. Psaltis was fired soon after and the place closed within a couple of years.

 

This is an example of the use of 'Chef' for the purposes of disambiguation -- in this case of the Pslatis twins; one chef and one publicist. Or perhaps it's irony. Or maybe both.

 

Explain these away.

 

You are a lost case.

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Not that this isn't fascinating, but can we address (1) the zip code +4; and whether to abbreviate the state in the address on a formal business letter?

use of both the zip +4 and the approved state abbreviation will help to speed your business letter through the postal system, if you believe their marketing.

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Not that this isn't fascinating, but can we address (1) the zip code +4; and whether to abbreviate the state in the address on a formal business letter?

 

How about computer printers that simulate handwriting with their script routines? Would such a printed letter qualify as a hand written thank you note?

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This is an example of the use of 'Chef' for the purposes of disambiguation -- in this case of the Pslatis twins; one chef and one publicist. Or perhaps it's irony. Or maybe both.

 

And I am a turnip.

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