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Post, Emily (b. Price)

(1872–1960) authority on etiquette; born in Baltimore, Md. Daughter of a wealthy New York architect, she wrote society fiction and essays before writing her classic Etiquette—The Blue Book of Social Usage (1922). In her ten editions of Etiquette, and her syndicated etiquette column and radio show, she defined good manners for millions of Americans, dispensing relaxed yet serious advice that was striking in its flexible response to changing social mores.

Post, Emily

(1873–1960) etiquette book author; preaches “consideration for others.” [Am. Hist.: Flexner, 277]
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Celsea Colello was 4 for 6, and Emily Price had three hits.
Cramlington Blue Star played out a 1-1 draw with Blyth Spartans, Emily Price netting for Blue Star and Amber Wilton for Spartans.
Emily Price, mitigating, said that Robinson had been out that evening with her boyfriend and had a few drinks.
The Lady Gaels drew first blood with a pair of runs in the top of the first frame on singles by freshman Caroline Rauscher, senior captain Emily Price and Colello.
In the Championship, Cramlington Blue Star achieved a 3-0 win over Seaton Burn, Emily Donnachie, Emily Price and Sian Leighton scored the goals.
Duty solicitor Emily Price said: "This is her first experience of the police and the court system.
Clinton 16, Tahanto 13: Celsea Colello was 4 for 6 and Emily Price had three hits for the Gaels (4-13), who scored three runs in the top of the eighth, breaking a 13-13 tie for the win over the Stags (7-8) in Boylston.
Miss Emily Price, for Sylvester, said her client had "buried his head in the sand.
Senior captain Emily Price leads the team in batting with a .
CRAMLINGTON Blue Star's Emily Price opened the scoring in the Under-10s Championship match against Bedlington Dolphins.
Emily Price had two hits in the CHS varsity softball game vs.
Emily Price was just three when she first had her ears pierced.