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What's in a name?

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Many typographers have struggled with the practice name Austin-Smith: Lord, but it had its advantages, as Mike Austin-Smith, sadly no longer with us, discovered in the 1970s. Arriving in Moscow on uia business, he was greeted with incredible fanfare, as Lord Austin-Smith. He immediately introduced Australian Ron Gilling, who was travelling with him, as 'my equerry'.

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