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Honor & respect : the official guide to names, titles, and forms of address

Author: Robert Hickey
Publisher: Columbia, South Carolina : Protocol School of Washington, [2008] ©2008
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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The essential reference for anyone who needs to write, spend an invitation, formally introduce, or speak to their local sheriff, pastor, judge, or city councilman.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hickey, Robert.
Honor & respect.
Columbia, SC : Protocol School of Washington, 2008
(OCoLC)763097117
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Hickey
ISBN: 9780615198064 0615198066
OCLC Number: 290496681
Description: xxii, 552 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. I. Terms, Style, And Use: Terms & definitions ; Honorifics & titles ; Names ; Abbreviations & post nominals ; Addresses, salutations & closings ; Name badges & place cards ; Introductions ; Precedence ; Joint forms of address --
pt. II. Forms Of Address: Private citizens ; Professionals & academic ; Federal, state & municipal officials ; Armed services ; Diplomats & international representatives ; Tribal officials ; Clergy & religious officials ; Canadian officials ; Australian officials ; British officials, royalty & nobility ; International officials --
pt. III. Country Names & Officials: Country Names & officials.
Other Titles: Honor and respect
Official guide to names, titles, and forms of address
Responsibility: Robert Hickey ; foreword by Pamela Eyring.

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The essential reference for anyone who needs to write, spend an invitation, formally introduce, or speak to their local sheriff, pastor, judge, or city councilman.
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