Despite withdrawing her initial threat, Ms. Ventura has now resorted to filing a lawsuit riddled with baseless and outrageous lies, aiming to tarnish Mr. Combs' reputation, and seeking a pay day.—Jack Irvin, Peoplemag, 18 Nov. 2023 For the past 6 months, Mr. Combs, has been subjected to Ms. Ventura’s persistent demand of $30 million, under the threat of writing a damaging book about their relationship, which was unequivocally rejected as blatant blackmail.—Shelby Stewart, Essence, 18 Nov. 2023 Abbott, who has not yet endorsed a presidential candidate, has also made immigration a top issue during his governorship, turning Texas into the chief adversary to Mr. Biden's migration and border measures.—Camilo Montoya-Galvez, CBS News, 18 Nov. 2023 Colleen Angel is one of the workers who was laid off from Mr. Bohn’s store.—Jack Healy, New York Times, 18 Nov. 2023 That raises the stakes for Mr. Biden to offer at long last a plan to deter an attack on Taiwan.—The Editorial Board, WSJ, 17 Nov. 2023 Amid the political bickering afterward, Mr. Tarnoff was put on damage control.—Brian Murphy, Washington Post, 16 Nov. 2023 For one, Donald Glover and Maya Erskine, stars of the upcoming Mr. and Mrs. Smith Amazon Prime series, are not currently fighting over a wine empire.—Vulture, 16 Nov. 2023 So think back—no recollections of Mr. Samples at all? . . .—Ian Frazier, The New Yorker, 6 Nov. 2023 See More
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Mr. from Middle English, abbreviation of maister master; Messrs. abbreviation of Messieurs, from French, plural of Monsieur