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Mr. US English

A title used before a surname or full name to address or refer to a man without a higher or honorific or professional title

MR US English

Master of the Rolls

Mr New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

title used before a man's name

Master of the Rolls New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

judge presiding over the Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

Mr. Clean US English

A man, especially a public figure, who has an impeccable image, record, or reputation. Sometimes used with Miss, Mrs., or Ms. when referring to a woman

Mr. Right US English

The ideal future husband

James, M. R. US English

(1862–1936), English scholar and writer of ghost stories; full name Montague Rhodes James. He is noted for eerie tales collected in such volumes as Ghost Stories of an Antiquary (1904)

fixit US English

A person known for repairing things or putting things in order

Mr. Cub in Banks, Ernie US English

(1931-), US baseball player; full name Ernest Banks; known as Mr. Cub. He played shortstop, then first base, for the Chicago Cubs from 1953 until 1971. Baseball Hall of Fame (1977)

Mr. October in Jackson, Reggie US English

(1946-) US baseball player; full name Reginald Martinez Jackson; known as Mr. October. An outfielder, he played 1967–87, mostly for the Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees, and California Angels. Baseball Hall of Fame (1993)

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