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Mica and James Dunn own Racine in the Fan (Side Dish, Food & Drink, Nov. 1), which has not sold but has changed format from French cuisine to American fare.

It was President Clinton, not Bush, who appointed Robert A. Seiple as the first-ever U.S. ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom ("The Most Important Parking Lot," Cover Story, Nov. 15).

We identified the location of the letter-writer Dave Ress as Richmond ("Warner Fan Questions Basketball Analogies," Nov. 15). Unfortunately, we are unable to confirm the author's city of residence. Style regrets the errors.



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