What Is the Correct Way to Address an Earl or a Viscount Sir Your Grace or My Lord?

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The appropriate term for addressing an Earl or a Viscount is Lord or Lady. These terms are also used for Marquees, Marchioness, Baron and Baroness. While doing so, a man should bow from the neck while a woman should make a small curtsy.
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