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"Dr." vs "Professor"

FlavianFlavian Posts: 752Registered User Member
edited December 2007 in College Life
I was wondering, what is the difference in the use of these two titles, Dr. and Professor, especially in these cases:

(Assuming that the instructor holds both a Doctorate and Professorship)
1. In class
2. Out of class
3. Formal letter
4. Email
5. Research paper header
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