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14:50 UK time, Monday, 12 March 2012

From your article about The Voice, O'Donoghue says he was after "someone who has a unique, signature thumbprint". Doesn't everyone have two of them?
Simon Love, London

Sadly, I'll never be able to join the Freemasons as it appears you need six fingers (well, five and a thumb) to do the handshake.
Excluded, Peterborough, UK

Lewis Graham (Friday's letters), surely not. As it is the third forth bridge surely The Three Quarter Bridge would be more appropriate. I'll git ma' sporran.
Tim, Lichfield

In your article "10 things we didn't know last week" you refer to Oreos as cookies. As a British organisation, surely they should be called biscuits?
Tina, Basingstoke, UK

David Richerby, Liverpool, UK (Thursday's letters). It's actually better than you think. You probably only knew what to do with a drunken sailor early in the morning, whereas the whale advice doesn't seem to be time-specific.
John Bratby, Southampton

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