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www.formsofaddress.info/Doctorate.html

Use it both officially and socially in a letter's salutation as well as in oral conversation. ... So the good news is that if it's a doctor and if he works at a college or in ...

www.traditioninaction.org/Questions/F063_Titles.htm

Nov 26, 2013 ... The Ph.D. or docotrate title, how to address, when to use Dr. or PhD in ... he must subsequently be referred to as “Doctor” in formal speech.

classroom.synonym.com/how-to-address-an-envelope-to-a-phd-12082986.html

... ways of writing to someone who holds a Ph.D. that adhere to the proper etiquette. ... Address a Ph.D. holder on an envelope by writing their name, followed by a ... and “Dear Dr.” followed by the person's name as the letter's salutation.

english.stackexchange.com/questions/65795/how-to-address-a-letter-to-a-ph-d

Apr 26, 2012 ... Dear Doctor [Name]. http://www.formsofaddress.info/Professor.html · http://www. formsofaddress.info/PA.html#PA006. Where appropriate:.

www.boston.com/jobs/job-doc/2014/12/11/dr_and_mr_or_mr_and_dr_which_i

Dec 11, 2014 ... ... and Dr.”? Which is correct? ... How do I address a letter to a husband and wife when the wife is a PhD and the husband is just Mr.? Would it ...

academia.stackexchange.com/questions/28013/what-salutation-to-use-for-someone-with-a-phd-who-is-a-lecturer-or-reader-in-the

Sep 4, 2014 ... The person's title in this case is (almost always) Dr, so "Dear Dr Last-name" would be the standard salutation for a first correspondence.

academia.stackexchange.com/questions/30790/how-can-one-differentiate-between-dr-phd-and-dr-md-or-do

Oct 29, 2014 ... Rather, the title is to be used by others when addressing that ... That said, the solution is really neither necessary nor appropriate. .... To differentiate between the two you can use the actual doctorate type or the job title:.

emilypost.com/advice/guide-to-addressing-correspondence

What are the correct forms of address for each of these invitations? Help is on the ... *If you don't know the widow's preference, this is the traditional and preferred form. Mrs. Jane ... Both are doctors (PhD or medical), she uses her maiden name.

www.quora.com/Do-I-address-my-PhD-professor-as-doctor-or-professor

In formal written contexts, those with earned doctorates should be first addressed as Joshua B. Gross, PhD (substitute the appropriate doctorate), Professor ...