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Whether it is a written correspondence, a face-to-face conversation or an introduction, being aware of a person's title shows respect for place and time. Some titles are earned by hard work, some connote age; and just as using the proper one is respectful, using the wrong one can seem discourteous. Titles are not universally utilized, but it is best to be prepared with an appropriate choice when addressing someone.

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1 Official Forms of Address
2 Guide to Addressing Correspondence
3 Addressing a Former President of the United States
4 Using a Professional Title after Retirement
5 The Correct Use of "Esquire"
6 Addressing a Husband and Wife Who Are Ministers


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