“Thank you, Mr. Smith and ms. Harper,” the master of ceremonies then said.
ms. Kagan is likewise a surprising choice because she lacks judicial experience.
The “he” is Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. “She,” of course, is ms. Abramson.
To that, ms. Ford said, “It looks very bad…but bad behavior is not enough to prove a crime.”
Exhibit A, the planned “ special Inaugural edition” cover of ms. magazine.
Similarly the extracts of ms. B were probably made for the use of seculars.
Hem is always written for him in this ms., and so with other words.
The contents of this ms. can be so well ascertained from Mr. Brae's edition that it is unnecessary to say more about it here.
The paper was sent in ms., and seems not to have been published.
ms. ghura, the 1st, but this is corrected to 16th by a marginal note.
A title used before a woman's name, pronounced “Miz” and corresponding to Mr. before a man's.
Note: Feminists have urged the use of Ms. because, unlike Miss or Mrs., it does not identify a woman by her marital status. (See feminism.)