> -----Original Message-----
> From: David L. Cassell [mailto:Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV]
> P. A. M. Dirac
> Vaden Major Lackey Junior
> Thomas "Tommy" Thompson
> Secretary Tommy G. Thompson
> HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson
> Tommy G. Thompson, Secretary HHS
> [yes, the last four are all the same person]
Even variations on a single-token name can be quite plentiful. You perhaps
know that some maladroit folks tend to spell your name with a single 'l'
(okay, okay, mea culpa). One could think 'Dorfman' is not particularly
fruitful (compare it to this (real) surname: Katsenelenbaumbluemanstein);
however, I have seen such variations as
and more aberrations one would never even think of.
> are not clearly first/last or last/first. Try this one:
> Edwards, Park
> Is that comma correct?
At least, the placement of the comma here is not as critical as in the ukase
saying "Execute not pardon" <g>.
Paul M. Dorfman
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, Inc., and its subsidiary and
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