Friday, 11 September 2009

Prefix/Suffix

Putting

"Senator", "Representative", "Bishop", "The Revd", "The Honourable", "Judge" , "Lord", or "Sir/Dame" before a person's name

Or

"M.P.", "D.D.", "O.B.E" (etc) after a person's name

Ought not, in and of itself, lead us to believe that that person is wise, intelligent, honourable, or trustworthy.

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