'Mr' , 'Mr.' , 'mr' or 'mr.' ? What's the correct?
I need that to fill in this sentence:
Lisa's father is ___ Johnson, chairman of A&F Inc.
The honorific should always be capitalised. A period after the contraction of a title is usually used in the US, Canada and South Africa, while in Britain and most other Commonwealth countries a period is not used. Style guides may call for a specific form (period or no period) in particular types of academic writing. Otherwise, just pick a form and be consistent with it. :)
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