The only item here that allows any guess at the date the first statue was erected is the fact that it mentions that this was the first man to set up a statue by public decree in other words, the city legislature voted to pay for it.
List of post-nominal letters in Canada The Canadian government's The Canadian Style specifies that no more than two sets of post-nominal letters should normally be given, unless all are to be given either for information or for reasons of protocol, and that these should be the two highest of different types.
The types and the order in which they are given are: In general, however, it is normal to only list those relevant to the circumstance. If post-nominals are given, the full name should be used, without Dr.
Professor may be used. The Oxford style is to list qualifications by their title starting with bachelor's degrees, then master's degrees, then doctorates. Postgraduate Certificates and Diplomas are listed after doctorates, but before professional qualifications,  with a similar ordering being used by other universities.
An alternative style is to give all higher education qualifications, starting from undergraduate, ordered by their level rather than their title.
In this style, one might list a Certificate or Diploma of Higher Education first, then foundation degreesfirst degrees at bachelor level, first degrees at master level integrated master's degrees and first degrees in medicinepostgraduate degrees at master level including postgraduate bachelor's degrees such the Oxford BCLand doctorates.
In this style, postgraduate certificates and diplomas could be shown either before postgraduate degrees at master's level as in the table given by Loughborough University or before first degrees at master's level reflecting their position in the Frameworks for Higher Education Qualifications of UK Degree-Awarding Bodies.
For someone with a substantive doctorate, it is usual either to give "Dr" as the title without a stop as per normal British usage or to list their degrees post-nominally, e.
Postnominals may be used with other titles, e. University names are often abbreviated and sometimes given in Latin, e. Where the same degree has been granted by more than one university, this can be shown by placing the names or abbreviations in a single bracket after the degree name, e.
Leeds, Aberdeen, and W. Letters indicating doctorates, master's degrees and fellowships of royal colleges are always given, while bachelor's degrees, memberships and qualifying diplomas are only shown for people with no higher qualifications. In all but formal lists, only three medical qualifications are normally given.
These are followed by qualifying diplomas and other diplomas. Etiquette for listing fellowships or memberships of learned societies, royal academies or professional institutions[ edit ] Learned societies, royal academies and professional institutions in the UK[ edit ] In the UK there is, according to Debrett'sno defined order of precedence for placing designatory letters for fellowships of learned societies and memberships of professional bodies within their respective groups.
Debrett's suggests that "In practice, where one society is indisputably of greater importance than another the letters are usually placed in that order. Alternatively, the fellowship of the junior society may be omitted.
If such precedence cannot be determined, the letters may be placed in order of conferment. Where this is not known, they may be placed in alphabetical order. Only postnominals indicating honorific fellowships e. For professional bodies it is usual to list those most relevant to a person's profession first, or those most relevant to the particular circumstances.
It is common to omit fellowships except honorific fellowships and memberships that are not relevant in a given situation. Examples[ edit ] Examples of post-nominal letters: Indiana Jones could be styled "Dr. Henry Walton Jones, Jr. A Postgraduate Diploma is indicated by the post-nominals PgDip.
A member of the British parliament may use the postnominals "MP", e. A peer who is a member of the Privy Council may use the postnominals "PC"; for non-peers, the pre-nominal "Right Honourable", abbreviated "Rt Hon", identifies them as members.
Chartered status is shown before the relevant professional membership, e.Your priority as an international aid/development worker will be to provide aid and assistance to people and communities in the developing world Humanitarian aid work often involves responding to emergency situations, helping those affected by natural and man-made disasters, such as earthquakes and.
As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from leslutinsduphoenix.com Standard Arabic is the first language of hundreds of millions of people in 26 countries across the Middle East and North Africa.
The Arabic language has a great history and heritage in the fields of literature, theology and science. English term or phrase: cover letter This is part of a title of a form letter.
The full title is "Cover Letter to Accompany the Application Package." The application package consists of several documents requesting membership in an organization. Jul 09, · The Arabic script is a writing system used for writing several languages of Asia and Africa, such as Arabic, dialects of Mandinka, Central Kurdish, Luri, Persian, Urdu, Pashto, and others.
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