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Corrections and clarifications

• A feature gave 1916 as the year of John Singer Sargent’s portrait Madame X. The painting is dated 1883-84 in its listing by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, which acquired the work in 1916 (The neckline of the season brings all the drama – and glamour – to the party, 18 November, Saturday magazine, p77).

• Flora not fauna: A review of the new Claridge’s Restaurant referred to the departure of chef Daniel Humm (in late 2021) and said the hotel didn’t share his vegan “vision for multiple courses of petals, fauna and parsnip shavings” (‘This is where I’d head if a world war broke out’, 25 November, Feast, p22).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Who are the Israeli hostages freed by Hamas during Gaza truce?

Industry and states welcome Albanese government’s plan to jump-start stalled renewables investment

UK Biobank and the masses of medical data that became key to genetic research

Henry Kissinger, secretary of state to Richard Nixon, dies at 100

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