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Nina Lawrence, 39, to publisher, Conde Nast Publications' Bride's, New York, from publisher, Mademoiselle. She succeeds Deborah Fine, earlier named publisher of Glamour. Lori Burgess, 40, succeeds Ms. Lawrence at Mademoiselle, from publisher, Primedia's Seventeen.

Replay Networks chose Publicis & Hal Riney, San Francisco, for its estimated $20 million account. USWeb/CKS, San Francisco, is the former agency.

Jim Hood resigned as CEO of New York-based Lord Group, the joint venture of Young & Rubicam and Japan's Dentsu. Roger Chiocchi was promoted to president and chief operating officer from exec VP-general manager.

Mellon Financial Corp. said it was ending its nearly 10-year relationship with Bozell Kamstra, Pittsburgh, which handled the $20 million account.

Heather Dupre to VP-business development, grocery products division, ConAgra, Omaha, from VP-marketing, Andrew Jergens Co., Cincinnati.Copyright November 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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