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Susan W., who in 1902 was selected for the New York Times List of Top Ten Most Powerful Unknown Washington Bureaucrats, was subsequently appointed as Chair of the Federal Commission on Mornington Crescent Regulation and became the chief architect of the widely-praised Foggy Bottom Convention revised rules which award double points for the use of acronyms with no fewer than twelve letters. Her forthcoming book, "A Tale of Two O'Brians; or, A Portrait of the Author as a Young Englishman", has been selected as an Oprah Book of the Month and is at present being filmed as a television mini-series for the Home Shopping Network.

Susan W. lives aboard a three-masted ship moored in the Potomac River when not vacationing at her chateau, Chez Chou, on Kerguelen Island.

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