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Hilllary Clinton told a publishers group in New York last week that she still hadn’t come up with a title for her forthcoming memoir and turned to the Loop for guidance.

“Helpfully, about a year ago, the Washington Post asked readers to send in suggestions. For example, one possibility was, ‘It Takes a World,’ a fitting sequel to, ‘It Takes a Village.’ Another plays off my love of all things Tina Fey: “Bossy Pantsuit,” although we can no longer say one of those words. ‘The Scrunchie Chronicles: 112 Countries and It’s Still All About My Hair.’ That actually is a keeper; that’s on the shortlist,” she said.

But she’s still stumped. Loop Fans can help!

So we’re re-launching the contest! Send your suggestions to: intheloop@washpost.com. Subject line: Hillarycontest. The top five winners will receive an  official — and highly coveted — “In the Loop” T-shirt.

Be sure to provide your name, profession, mailing address and T-shirt size (M, L or XL), in case you’re a winner. You must also include a phone number — home, work or, preferably, cell — to be eligible. Deadline is April 4.  Good luck!

And don’t forget to enter the Loop Obamacare Enrollment Contest! Simply guess how many people will enroll in Obamacare in its first year.

Simply guess the number who will enroll by the deadline. The 10 entries closest to the actual number will get a coveted Loop T-shirt and lifetime bragging rights. The Obamacare deadline is Monday, but we need your entry — only one prediction per person — by noon March 28. Send them to intheloop@washpost.com. Subject line: Obamacare.

And yes, to be eligible, we need your name, profession, mailing address and T-shirt size (M, L or XL).  Don’t forget to  include a phone number — home, work or, preferably, cell — to be eligible.

(Obama administration and congressional employees may enter “on background.”)

The former secretary of state referenced a Washington Post contest to name her memoir in a speech Wednesday to the American Association of Publishers. (CNN)