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  • Facebook is holding a press conference Stateside later today, and the big news the social network is expected to announce is that you'll soon be able to turn your status updates public, so every poking, virtual Frisbee throwing chap and chapette on the site can get your two cents, all the time.

    Mirror.co.uk - News

  • The irrepressibly energetic Hank Cubitt will help you stand out from the baseball-capped masses, and his shop is a godsend for the well-dressed chap or chapette about town.

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  • In response to my Wednesday post on messaging decisions, a chap / chapette with the handle

    Democratic Strategist

  • And as I am the political chapette in this bureau …’

    A Special Relationship

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