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13:13 UK time, Friday, 8 February 2013

Is there such a thing as collaborative nominative determinism?
Sander, London

Everytime I hear or read the name of the main contributor to this report it always brings a wry smile to my face, but the mention of him by dropping his first name and using the Mr tag has brought my enjoyment to a whole new level.
Martin, Hemel Hempstead, UK

Isn't it a bit odd to run this story and this story at the same time?
Henri, Sidcup

Loving the timing of your Shergar feature. What made you think of running that right now?
Judy Owens

Mike (Thursday's letters) pronunciation of acronyms and the words they represent are frequently different. We don't pronounce NATO "nuhtaw".
Colin Edwards, Exeter, UK

How can you make your desk lunch nicer? By reading BBC News Magazine while you eat, of course!
Margaret, Christchurch, NZ

Henri, Sidcup (Thursday's letters). Simply change your name to Basil Long, Nottingham and it's guaranteed to get printed. Just look below your letter.
MCK, Stevenage

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