French | Phrases - Business | E-Mail

Dear Mr. President, Monsieur le Président, Very formal, recipient has a special title that must be used in place of their name Dear Sir, Monsieur, Formal, male recipient, name unknown Dear Madam, Madame, Formal, female recipient, name unknown Dear Sir / Madam, Madame, Monsieur, Formal, recipient name and gender unknown Dear Sirs, Madame, Monsieur Formal, when addressing several unknown people or a whole department To whom it may concern, Aux principaux concernés, Formal, recipient/s name and gender completely unknown Dear Mr. Smith, Monsieur Dupont, Formal, male recipient, name known Dear Mrs.

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Left ~ Write on

23 12 2016 Why does anti-corruption politics always end up strengthening right-wing forces? What actually happens when we fight black money? Some tentative answers. [This was published in Scroll. in on 23 December 2016] Read the rest of this entry » 2 06 2010 Mahmood Mamdani recently gave a talk at the University of Johannesburg, touching on the topics of free speech and bigotry in our contemporary world. He took the example of Mohammed cartoons to make this point. It is a well argued and seemingly persuasive thesis which you can read here at Kafila.

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How to Quote a Quote?

In American English, use double quotation marks for quotations and single quotation marks for quotations within quotations. In British English, use single quotation marks for quotations and double quotation marks for quotations within quotations. The rules for using quotation marks can seem complicated, but once you understand the basic principles, it’s not so bad. But what do you do when you’ve got a quote within a quote? Read on to find out. Quotations Within Quotations Why would you ever have a quotation within a quotation? Lots of reasons.

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What's the difference between DataOutputStream and ObjectOutputStream?

This might be useful for people still looking for answers several years later. . . According to my tests on a recent JVM (1. 8_51), the ObjectOutput/InputStream is surprisingly almost 2x times faster than DataOutput/InputStream for reading/writing a huge array of double! Below are the results for writing 10 million items array (for 1 million the results are the essentially the same). I also included the text format (BufferedWriter/Reader) for the sake of completeness: TestObjectStream written 10000000 items, took: 409ms, or 24449. 8778 items/ms, filesize 80390629b TestDataStream written 10000000 items, took: 727ms, or 13755.

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How to Write a Proposal

1 Start with a firm introduction. This should start out with a hook. Ideally, you want your readers enraptured from point one. Make your proposal as purposeful and useful as possible. Use some background information to get your readers in the zone. Then state the purpose of your proposal. [8] If you have any stark facts that shed some light on why the issue needs to be addressed and addressed immediately, it's a safe bet that's something you can start with. Whatever it is, make sure what you start out with is a fact and not an opinion.

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How to Format A Write-protected SD Card

"These days my SD card becomes unavailable, as Windows prompts the error message constantly saying the card is write protected. Now I can neither copy files to the card nor format it. Do you know how to disable write protection and format the write-protected SD card so that it can get back to normal again?" Once a hard drive, memory card or USB flash drive is write-protected, it means that you can no longer use the storage devices like before. Any operation on it will be rejected. For example, if you suddenly found that your SD card is set to write protection, you cannot write new data to the card or delete files on it or format it.

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Improve your spelling with the LSCW method

Improve you spelling with this great method called Look Say Cover Write Check Click here to get your Look Say Cover Write Check Form Transcript The spelling strategy Look Say Cover Write Check really improves your spelling if you use it a little bit every day - just a few minutes every day. This strategy is very good because it’s about writing and using your spelling – visualizing it, saying it, writing it, checking it, correcting mistakes and doing it again. Remember the only way to improve your spelling is to use it and that means writing it.

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Katie's Travels in Korea

10-Free Delivery Want some delicious mushroom squid noodles delivered to your house? Do you only have 4,000 won? Well in Korea this is no problem as acres of delivery restaurants, service the needs of the hungry apartment bound masses. It took me a solid year of trial and error to figure out how to order from the monthly delivery books dropped off at my house. The food comes in less then thirty minutes and delivery is free. I will miss the moped man delivering everything from Pizza, Korean, McDonalds to Sushi. 9-Korean Hiking Culture A middle aged man who won't give you anything but a massive wad of phlegm is transformed once you reach the top of any of Daegus local peaks.

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Unilever Series

Tate offered you the chance to respond to TH2058 by sharing your short story vision of 2058. Submissions closed on 1 February 2009, but you can still read all the stories here. Six stories were  selected from the entries by a panel of judges (including writer Jeff Noon and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster) to form an audiobook voiced by Christopher Eccleston. You can download the audiobook using iTunes or listen to each story separately below. Remembrance by Neil Ayres Listen to Remembrance read by Christopher Eccleston [mp3 download 5. 1MB] Read the story Author Biography Neil Ayres is the author of over 30 published short stories, including appearances in Aesthetica, Electric Velocipede, Farafina and Apex.

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William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright, and actor. He was born on 26 April 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. His father was a successful local businessman and his mother was the daughter of a landowner. Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England'snational poetand nicknamedthe Bard of Avon. He wrote about 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and a few other verses, of which the authorship of some is uncertain. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright.

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