That Was The Week: The Kiss of Death

Richard Jory, 17 March 2017

This is the modern world, which means that words longer than six or seven letters are generally reduced, at least by textophiles, to a few. In that world, and in an age when slogans have become more important than real meaning or even sense, the acronym is becoming king.

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