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For the record

Book review: In the Feb. 19 Arts & Books section, a review of Tracie McMillan's "The American Way of Eating" said that Bill Bryson was the author of a book about working in a restaurant kitchen. Bill Buford was the book's author.

Real estate brokerage: An article in the Feb. 22 Business section about the acquisition of real estate brokerage Grubb & Ellis Co. by BGC Partners Inc. misidentified one of the founders of Grubb & Ellis as Bill Grubb. His name was John Grubb. The same error appeared in a May 23, 2007, article when Grubb & Ellis was acquired by NNN Realty Advisors Inc.

Academy Awards: An article in the Feb. 23 Calendar section comparing big-name Hollywood figures' nominations in this year's awards season with past career high points said that Woody Allen won Oscars as director and actor for the 1977 film "Annie Hall." He was honored for directing and writing.

Adele record: In the Feb. 23 Calendar section, a Quick Takes item about Adele's album "21" setting a new record for most weeks at No. 1 said that the previous record holder, "The Bodyguard," won the Grammy album-of-the-year award for 1992. It won for 1993.

Adele sales: In the Feb. 22 Calendar section, a Quick Takes item about Adele winning two Brit music awards said that her album "21" had sold more than 6 million copies in the United States. It has sold more than 7 million.

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