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Muf, controversial name of the all-girl radical architecture group, may shortly have to stand for Married Urban Females, if the present rate of nuptials among their number is maintained. Not long after Katherine Clarke's wedding in February, fellow founder member Juliet Bidgood tied the knot earlier this month in the church made popular in Four Weddings and a Funeral, St Bartholomew's. Meanwhile the third part of the original trio, Liza Fior, has a new boyfriend who, being a philosopher, ...

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