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Do you know Mr Brown?
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CK - Jun 18th 2010, 03:59
Do you know Mr. Brown?
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Sentence #69780

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Do you know Mr. Brown?

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  1. Jun 19th 2010, 18:08
    Mr without the dot is the standard in British English (commonwealth English, if you insist). It doesn't need correcting.

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