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Presidential Address. Professional Development

I am not the first President (nor, I suspect, will I be the last) who, when selecting a title for his Address, consults dictionaries and reference books to see whether he understands the meaning of his title. I have chosen one which is deliberately ambiguous, so that I can say a few things about several matters which are fairly loosely related. Brian Simpson