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    #11

    Re: 'hear me out' / 'listen me out'

    Quote Originally Posted by Olympian View Post
    @bhaisahab, thank you. When people address someone as 'Sir', they usually use the first name or the full name. But when addressing Baron Desai, I have heard the debate moderator sometimes call him as 'Lord Desai' and sometimes 'Lord Meghnad'. This is the first time I have heard someone's first name being associated with the title 'Lord'. I wonder if the moderator is right or not.
    "Lord Desai" would be the correct form of address.

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    #12

    Re: 'hear me out' / 'listen me out'

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    "Lord Desai" would be the correct form of address.
    @bhaisahab, thank you.

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