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An Honorific is a Word that is associated, typically precedes, a Person Mention.

  • Example(s):
    • His/Her Honour Judge X as used in "[PERSON Her Honour Judge McReynolds] is a county court judge, sitting in various [ORGANIZATION County Court Divisions]] as a peripatetic judge."
    • Dean X as used in “[PERSON Bruce P. Smith] has been named [PERSON Dean of the Faculty of Science]. [PERSON Dean Smith] has served as [PERSON associate dean for academic affairs] since [TIME April].”.
  • See: Entity Mention, Nested Mention.