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Style (manner of address): Quiz

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Question 1: His/Her Catholic Majesty (abbreviation HCM, oral address Your Catholic Majesty) — the ________ (not usual).
Monarchy of SpainRoyal Household of SpainGrand Duke of LuxembourgJuan Carlos I of Spain

Question 2:

Question 3: Reverend (oral address Mister or Brother), ________ pastors
Southwestern Baptist Theological SeminarySoutheastern Baptist Theological SeminaryLouisiana CollegeSouthern Baptist Convention

Question 4: The Right Reverend (abbreviation The Rt Rev.) — Moderator of the ________
Anglican Church of CanadaProtestantismUnited Church of CanadaBaptism

Question 5: Similarly, when ________ was divorced from her husband, HRH The Duke of York, she too lost her HRH style but retained her ducal title of Duchess of York.
British Royal FamilySarah, Duchess of YorkDiana, Princess of WalesCamilla, Duchess of Cornwall

Question 6: Ex., oral address Your Excellency) - The Apostolic Nuncio, because his rank is equal to an extraordinary and plenipotentiary ________ and he is simultaneously a higher prelate in a British form of address.
Consul (representative)Diplomatic missionDiplomatic rankAmbassador

Question 7: Such styles are particularly associated with monarchies, where they may be used by a wife of an office holder or of a prince of the blood, for the duration of their ________.
FamilyMarriagePolyamoryRomance (love)

Question 8: The Reverend Mister (abbreviation The Rev. Mr., oral address Deacon) — ________ transitional deacons, i.e.
CatholicismCatholicBishopEcumenical council

Question 9: Transitional Deacons belonging to religious orders (monastic and non-monastic) are titled Reverend Brother, (similar situations and modifications apply to ________ deacons as in The Rev. Fr., above)
Episcopal Church (United States)AnglicanismCatholicismEcumenical council

Question 10: His/Her Illustrious Highness (abbreviation HIllH, oral address Your Illustrious Highness) — sovereign or mediatized ________ and his family, also a Count of Imperial Russia - this is a mistranslation too, from German Erlaucht; it should be correctly His/Her Illustriousness.
MargraveMarquessCountRoyal and noble ranks







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