What Is the Difference between a Lord and Sir?

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Lord is an inherited title or given by the government. A lord can occupy the seat of the House of Lords, the Upper House of the British Parliament. On the other hand, Sir refers to a knight or a baronet, bestowed by the Queen. It is given for outstanding performance in a field.
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