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Popular e-mail advisers include Aunt Vera and Annie.
Advice columns generally have limited capacity and are unable to answer all the requests they receive.
Far from being a simple, elegant, all-embracing global theory, it is confronted with a multitude of observational anomalies, and has had to be patched up with a complex variety of ad-hoc modifications and auxiliary hypotheses.
The existence of deep continental roots and the absence of a continuous, global asthenosphere to "lubricate" plate motions, have rendered the classical model of plate movements untenable.
The responses are written by an advice columnist (colloquially known in British English as an agony aunt, or agony uncle if the columnist is male).
The image presented was originally of an older woman dispensing comforting advice and maternal wisdom, hence the name "aunt".
An advice columnist can also be someone who gives advice to people who send in problems to the newspaper.
On the Internet, a greater variation on the signature theme is often seen: the person's signature may refer to the problem being expressed, but rather in a phrase which the 'agony aunt' abbreviates so as to spell an appropriate word.
For instance, "Confused About My Partner" would become "CAMP".