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  1. Simply curious
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    Red face When to use Hon. or Honorable when addressing office-holders?

    How many are found around the court system?

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    Re: When to use Hon. or Honorable when addressing office-holders?

    Quote Originally Posted by Simply curious View Post
    How many are found around the court system?
    Where?

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