Is there a comma after Jr or Sr?
A comma would be used both before and after the designations of "Jr." or "Sr.," as long as the sentence continues. If the designation is at the end of the sentence, then a comma is used only before it.
For example:John James, Sr., was well regarded in the community. However, the community had no use for John James, Jr.
For example:John James, Sr., was well regarded in the community. However, the community had no use for John James, Jr.
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Senior and Junior are for successive generatons, such as father and son.. "II" is used for same name but NOT successive generation such as a grandson.
No. Besides the fact that it clutters the page and looks ridiculous, the Chicago Manual of Style says not to.. However, there are times when that's the way the Jr. wants it, then yes. But not as a general rule.
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John Doe has a son also called John Doe. In these circumtances, the father is often called John Doe, Senior (Sr) and the son John Doe, Junior (Jr). If John Doe, Junior also has a son called John Doe the son might be called John Doe III.
Yes. Example: "Martin Luther King, Jr." ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ If the name is written in the usual order (e.g., "Martin Luther King Jr."), you may or may not use the comma, depending on your personal preference.… But if you're writing for a publication, it will depend on the house style of that publisher. If the name is written in the reverse order (e.g., "King, Martin Luther, Jr."), in alphabetical lists, for example, use the comma. Although Jr., Sr., etc., are sometimes regarded as parenthetic, they are part of the legal name and should not be set off with commas. Examples: John Wilson Jr. Bob Jones Sr. James Stowers III ( Full Answer )
noooooooooooooooooo actually, there is a specific comma rule that pertains to this - A comma would be used both before and after the designations of "Jr." or "Sr.," as long as the sentence continues. If the designation is at the end of the sentence, then a comma is used only before it.
No they havent split...it is all part of TLC's sad attempt at boosting lagging ratings. Nice try.. I disagree, you're just an OCC HATER, you join the ranks of many other OCC HATERS! But that's okay because the true OCC fans way outweigh the haters. As a true fan, allow me to improve this answer.. …The economy: Yes, the economy world-wide is impacting upon every business! OCC is not immune to this fact of life. Does it seem like the economical downfall is the sole reason for the Teutul Dad/Son split? No, I honestly do not think this is so. And I'll tell you why because I have been following this show since the beginning.. Okay, Paul Sr. and Paul Jr. of OCC have another searing issue beating down upon them every waking day aside from the ailing economy. Here's what it is. Age! Yes, I said 'age'. Paul Sr. is approaching his actual 'Senior' years as a 'Senior Citizen' and this fact cannot be denied. Paul Sr. is a man of immense pride and while many of us OCC fans thought we'd see the day where dad passed the torch off to Paul Jr. I personally feel that, again, Paul Sr.'s pride may be much more comfortable with a split rather than a passing of the torch. Hey, it's a fact of life and a fact of personality!. Paul Jr. is not the young, cute son of the hard-working dad who arose from nothing and built up an empire. No, Paul Jr. I would guess is in his thirtee's now and this is an age bracket that simply does not tolerate a 'mom' or 'dad' figure in your life on any kind of daily basis.... It's just not healthy for a grown man to be working beneath his dad when he is in his thirtees.. Other factors: Paul Jr. was 'slacking' alot and this has, again, to do with the lack of autonomy he has that a guy who 'owns his own business' does not experience. When you go to work to put food on your own table and feed your family, that is a huge difference from going to work at your daddy's business! Pretty clear when you see things from this point of view.. It's about time (factor): It is about time, every real fan of this GREAT SHOW has always feared that one day these two lovable men would split up, but you know what when I saw this happen, I myself, had a sigh of relief and it also struck a cord of interest within me. Not like when Vin and Cody left because when that went down you simply didn't either of the two again, sadly. But I think Discovery Channel will have a vested interest to follow both Father and Son in this tough economy and to see how they each fair off out here in a very difficult situation financially where they both, somehow, must sell a lot of motorcycles to an otherwise very frugal if not outright broke audience.. Challenge: Yes, it's a challege that is for sure and I think I will be very interested to see every show and follow the progress and struggles that, now, two powerful and separate entities will be putting forth for all of us fans. Creativity and gifts and talents will all have to shine from this point onwards and who knows maybe Paul Sr. and/or Paul Jr. will lead a path for the whole world to follow.. a path of love, hard work, and loyalty to all their fans over the years. I can't wait to go up to the new shop (it's huge) and show the Tuetul's my true love of their show and all their success by spending some of my money by buying their apparel and just showing my overall support to them.. I love you guys a whole lot and I'm proud in every way to say that. Thanks so much for every single show guys and maybe their be so many, many more to come.. Your fan,. Gerard Haughey ( Full Answer )
A comma is a punctuation this is a comma: , Ex.She went to the store,library,home, and over her friend's house.
Since the use of "Jr." and "Sr." is usually to help distinguish between a father and son, both of whom are still living, the son can drop the "Jr." after the father dies, if he likes, or he can keep it. For example, Sammy Davis, Jr., kept the "Junior" for several years after his father died, but eve…ntually used just "Sammy Davis" as his legal and professional name.. The designation can also change with time and circumstance. Suppose Jim Johnson has a son whom he names Jim Johnson. The father might be, for example, Jim Johnson II or Jim Johnson, Sr., and the son would be Jim Johnson, III, but could also be called Jim Johnson, Jr. After Jim Johnson II dies, his son can call himself just Jim Johnson or can continue to call himslef Jim Johnson, Jr., but in either case he will always be Jim Johnson III. To further complicate matters, if there is a grandson named Jim Johnson, he will be Jim Johnson IV. When the grandfather dies, Jim Johnson III can call himself Jim Johnson, Sr., if he likes, and the grandson can be called Jim Johnson, Jr.. It is largely a matter of person preference and what the family will tollerate. ( Full Answer )
He can keep or drop the JR, as he chooses. Many keep it for a while and drop it later. For example the entertainer, Sammy Davis, Jr., continued to use "JR" for several years after his father died, but was known simply as "Sammy Davis" during the last years of his life.. On the other hand, when spea…king of father and son historical figures of the same name, it is not unusual to use SR and JR decades or centuries after they have died, as that is often the easiest way of telling them apart. As a result, 2000 years after they lived, we still speak of Pliny the Elder and Pliny the Younger, which was the ancient Roman way of saying SR and JR in Latin. ( Full Answer )
What if there is a Frank Sr. then a Frank Jr. then a son of Frank Jr. what is the son referrred to as?
Frank Jr. becomes Frank Sr. and the Frank formerly known as Frank Jr.'s son becomes Frank Jr. ... If that makes any sense. Alternatively if Frank Sr. was the first Frank ie Frank the first, then the answer is Frank III ie Frank the third. Same as Queen Elizabeth II.
"J" comes before "S" in the English alphabet, therefore "Jr" comes before "Sr" when applying alphabetical order.
No comma is necessary before "Jr.", "Sr.", and the like. Nocomma has ever been necessary before "III", "IV", etc. From theChicago Manual of Style (http://ow.ly/gcv0): . But please note that within text, if you decide to use themore traditional comma before Jr. or Sr., the function of the commais …to set off these abbreviations, so an additional comma is neededafter the abbreviation if the sentence continues (as in my firstsentence above). ( Full Answer )
Some people continue to use Jr after Sr has died, others do not.. Numbering is a completely separate system and does not change when an earlier number dies.. John James I is usually the father of John James II but could be an uncle or other older relative. At some point John James II could be John… James, Sr to John James III as John James, Jr. Later, after John James II dies, John James III can be Sr to John James IV as Jr. And so forth. ( Full Answer )
Jr is Junior and Sr is Senior. They are often added to names when a father(Sr) and son(Jr) share the same name. They are also used when two people with the same name are not father and son. For example a grandfather and grandson or an uncle and nephew might have the same name and be in the same com…muninty. The purpose is to say which is the older and which the younger, and so to tell the difference between two people with the same name. ( Full Answer )
When there are two people of the same name, adding "Jr.", for "Junior", after the name identifies the younger of the two. Adding "Sr," for "Senior," after the name identifies the older of the two.. So, if John Jones has a nephew named John Jones, the older may be titled, Senior and the younger, Jun…ior.. This is most commonly used when a father and son have the same name. ( Full Answer )
If he want's to, he can drop the Jr after the father (Sr) dies. If the Jr already has a son, the son can become Jr, instead of using a number, and the previous Jr can become Sr.. It is not appropriate to use Sr if there is no Jr living.
Barry Bond Sr. Jr, Dual Signed Baseball . The value of multi signed baseballs cannot be priced by the value of each signature added up. Multi signed baseballs are valued as a group of signatures, and how desired that group is as a whole. This does not necessarily mean that two signatures will sel…l for less than one, but in most cases it does, or at least not the full value of the two signatures added up. . A Barry Bonds single signed baseball is worth about $150.-$250. A Bobby Bonds single signed baseball is worth between $40.-$50. The value of a Barry Bonds Bobby Bonds dual signed baseball should be between $100. - $200.. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Add for inscriptions. . In a recent auction (10/2008) a Barry Bonds Bobby Bonds dual signed baseball sold for $51.00 ( Full Answer )
A woman who has the same name as a female parent or child is not usually called a Sr. or Jr. but it is occasionally done. Perhaps the most prominent example is the daughter of Warren Buffet, who has the same name as her mother and is sometimes called "Suzie Jr."
The proper title to address a married couple who is a Jr., or Sr. is: Mr. & Mrs. John Doe, Sr., or Mr. & Mrs., John Doe, Jr.
Yes, the Jr and Sr are descriptors that are not part of the name, so would normally be used with a comma, as:. Andrew, Jr.. or. Andrew, Sr.
i think rey mysterio Jr because he got trained by Rey mysterio sr. and put he's own twist on the origanal Lucha libre style
No, don't use a comma after "and" in a series. There are two acceptable comma styles for series. One includes a comma before the final "and" (red, yellow, and blue). The other does not include the final comma (red, yellow and blue).
Women can and do use Sr and Jr, but not as often as men do, because it is less common in the cultures where English is spoken to name a girl child precisely after her mother, and because women (until recently) have expected to change their surnames upon reaching adulthood and marrying. Numbering id…entically named women with cardinal numbers (III and such) is also uncommon, again because (until recently) the woman took her identity form the male in her life (father or husband). Only female reigning monarchs are commonly called by names with cardinal numbers attached, and then mostly because monarchs are known primarily by first name (or throne name). ( Full Answer )
Yes, if the name is exactly precisely the same. If one of you is John James Joseph Smith and the other is John James Frederic Smith, then Junior and Senior does not apply.
You count people with the identical name in the same family or area. So you have John I, John II, John III, John IV, etc. Those numbers never change, even when one dies., and the sequence can go from uncle to nephew, depending on who is given the "family name". Junior and Senior are given to two pe…ople in the same family with the same name when both are alive. Senior is older than Junior. This is a completely separate system from numbering people. So, suppose John I, II, and III have all died. John IV is 80, John V is 55 and John VI is 23. If John IV lives in London, England and John V lives with his son, John VI in Miami, Florida, it is likely that V will be called Senior and VI will be called Junior, because people need to be able to distinguish between them as they live close together. John IV is elsewhere and not near someone with the same name. If John V dies, his son can stop calling himself Junior. Or Junior can begin to call himself Senior, if he has a son John VII who begins calling himself Junior. On the otherhand, if John IV now comes to live with John Junior (John VI), VI may continue to call himself Junior and IV might begin to call himself Senior. Junior and Senior go by what is convenient and helpful. ( Full Answer )
I searched around online and this is an article I found. (BELOW) It doesn't explain everything, but it pretty much tells you that one of their blow ups went WAY to far, and now there's no coming back from it. What a shame... FAMILY should far outweigh all these material things they're fighting about…. Sad... ARTICLE BELOW: recordonline.com (times herald leader) Posted: January 14, 2010 - 2:00 AM GOSHEN - "Paulie" Teutul Jr. asked a judge Tuesday to order someone else to run the Orange County Chopper's company that he owns with his father. After firing his son in 2008, Paul Teutul Sr. wanted to buy back Paulie's 20 percent of the company. A disagreement on the value led the reality show stars to court when Senior filed suit last month. An appraiser estimated the son's shares were worth more than $800,000 in 2007, according to Paulie's counter claim. In that document, Paulie asks for access to the company's financial records, $10 million in damages and other restitution. Senior wants a court-appointed appraiser and millions in damages. Claiming misconduct, Paulie's attorney also asked the judge Tuesday to appoint an outside party to run the company until the case is resolved. A temporary restraining order was denied, Senior's lawyer, Richard Mahon II, said. The judge will hear further arguments on whether to impose rules on how to run the company Feb. 8. http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100114/NEWS/100119851/-1/SITEMAP ( Full Answer )
Dale Earnhardt Sr. was nicknamed "The Intimidator" and "The Man In Black". Dale Earnhardt Jr. is nicknamed "Junior" and "June Bug".
No. Jim Jones, Jr., can stop using the "Jr.," if he wants, once Jim Jones, Sr., dies. He only becomes "Sr" if he has a son whom he names Jim Jones and who in turn uses the "Jr." suffix.
First, middle, and last name must be the same. Michael John Smith has a son he names Michael John Smith. The son can be Michael John Smith, Jr., or Michael John Smith II. Regardless if he is called Jr. or II, if his son is also Michael John Smith, he will be III. If Michael John Smith II has a s…on named Michael John Smith, that son would be III. If Michael John Smith I is no longer living, then Michael John Smith II chould call himself Michael John Smith, Sr, and his son Smith, Jr. If Jr (MJS III) has a son named MJS IV, and JMS, Sr, is no longer living, MJS III can change fro being Jr to being Sr and MJS IV can be called Jr. The cardinal numbering, and the use of Jr/Sr, may also be used in grandfather-grandson and uncle-nephew relationships. For example: Michael John Smith has a son he names Robert Phillip Smith. Robert has a son he names Michael John Smith II after his grandfather. Michael John Smith has two sons, one named Robert Philip Smith, the other James Richard Smith. Robert Philip Smith has a son he names James Richard Smith II after his uncle. The III designation would be used if naming a boy after any of the above IIs. ( Full Answer )
The law does not address whether someone called Junior must continue to do so after the one called Senior dies. This is a matter of custom. As a matter of custom, it is widely accepted that continuing or not is up to the person who had been called Junior and who has not outlived his father or uncle…, who ad been called Senior. ( Full Answer )
the Discovery Channel show is focusing on rebuilding this season, going from "Senior vs. Junior" back to just "American Chopper," not combining the two businesses, but healing the rift in the personal relationship of the Teutuls. So far, it seems that the pair is on the right track. Paul Sr. and Pau…l Jr. appeared together recently on Late Show with David Letterman, which aired 08-28-2012. Mikey Teutel is busy creating artwork paintings with recent gallery showings of his work, and is currently engaged in explorative short film-making. His activity blog is found by Googling: therealmikeyteutul ( Full Answer )
The Jr or Sr suffix is applied only to a living person. If Jason Genesee, Sr, is living and Jason Genesee, Jr, marries, his wife may be called Mrs. Jason Genesee, Jr., if she or their community is very conservative about such matters. (Most married women would be called Mrs Caroline Genesee these da…ys.) However, if she is being called Mrs. Jason Genesee, Jr. and he dies, she may continue to be called Mrs. Jason Genesee, Jr., to distinguish her from the wife of Jason Genesee, Sr. ( Full Answer )
Normally you write it like this Junior : Example : Frank W. Shaft Jr. For Senior it is the same way: Frank W. Shaft Sr.
Paul Teutul Senior and Paul Teutul Junior are both artistic peoplewith artistic differences. They have since ended their quarrel andsometimes work together on projects.
No, I believe that the comma is before the 'or', or I may be mistaken.
Alot like 55k Per. Episode even morÃ© if he blows the producer like 20k for everything nut Well that sounds like information that came from someone in the know. Probably early 20's and burned out from the high paying job at McDonalds Early 20's? that's giving alot of credit. My guess, lives …with mommyand daddy has no job worth anything and sits in his room with homophobic buddies surfing the net all night until they are all sent home for the night and sonny boy has to go to bed. Another fine answer from the bedroom of teens waiting for mom to get get dinner ready. Who knows what they got paid, ask them of TLC. Teutul's made a small fortune of merchandise that was sold when show was hot, t-shirts, etc. That is the bulk of the income. As the show began to be popular the regular cast, Vinnie, Rick, etc also probably had their pay increased. One gripe that Vinnie mentioned later when the series was nearing it's end is Sr. never paid him for 1,000 of hours overtime. But that was between OCC and Vinnie. The network also paid those guys. In the end they didn't do to bad, I'm sure with OCC/PJD pay and network pay Vinnie and Rick where well into 6 figures ( Full Answer )
Using Jr. and Sr. is a separate system from describing people as the First, the Second, the Third, etc. If Joe Sr. dies, Joe Jr. can become Joe Sr. This would only be useful if Joe Jr. has a son named Joe so that there are three or more generations with the identical name. Sammy Davis, Jr., for exa…mple, eventually performed only as Sammy Davis, not as Sammy Davis, Sr. or as Sammy David II, because he had no son named Sammy from whom he needed to be differentiated. If Joe I has a son named Joe II and a grandson named Joe III, the numbers do not change when Joe I dies. Joe II will always be II. But he can go from being Joe Jr to being Joe Sr if he wants. However, usually people use one system or the other, but not both. ( Full Answer )
Davis Sr. was promoted to Brigadier General on 25 October 1940, becoming the first African-American general officer in the United States Army. He died in 1970. Davis Jr, his son, was the first African -American general officer in the United States Air Force. Davis Jr. was an Army Air Corps ace who …shot down 111 planes in World War II, and also flew in Korea. He was advanced to become a 4 star General, the 4th star pinned on by President Clinton in 1998. He died in 2002. ( Full Answer )
yes and he also took after his fathers footsteps becoming the first black airforce genaral
When a parent and a child have the same first, middle, and last names, the older is called Sr. or senior while the younger is Jr. or junior. The senior is sometimes also called the first. In some families, a name will be passed down for several generations, so the grandchild would be the 3rd, etc.
SR is Senior and JR is Junior :D I hope this is what you were asking C=
Yes! Paul Jr. broke some conditions of the lawsuit settlement with his father. So it turn instead of owing an undisclosed amount of money that would've been left PJD in financial ruin, he conveniently reconciled with his father and PJD was absorbed by OC Choppers with Jr. Signing on as Jr.VP.
no. if but before is a sentence on its on and after but is a sentence on its own then put a comma before but.
1. The black widow bike used in the first episode of American Chopper on TLC. 2. 4.3 Million in cash for his 20% of OCC
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Juniors who were President Several presidents were "juniors", including the current President Obama. Others were Jimmy Carter, Theodore Roosevelt, James Buchanan, John Tyler and James Madison. Andrew Jackson's father, also Andrew Jackson, died before he was born, so he never really was a junio…r. Gerald Ford was named Leslie Lynch King, Jr, but changed it to Ford after his mother remarried. Bill Clinton was named William J. Blythe, same as his father, but his father died before he was born and he changed his name to Clinton. Adams, Hayes and Bush had the same first and last names as their fathers but their middle names differed. Presidents who became seniors by naming their sons juniors Andrew Jackson named his adopted son Andrew Jackson, Jr. Martin Van Buren William Henry Harrison John Tyler Franklin Pierce (son died in infancy) Andrew Johnson Ulysses S/ Grant Chester Alan Arthur Theodore Roosevelt Calvin Coolidge Franklin Delano Rloosevelt James Earl Carter Presidents who gave their first names to their sons, but changed the middle name(s) John Adams (son John Quincy Adams) James Monroe (son James Spence Monroe) Rutherford B. Hayes (son Rutherford Platt Hayes) James A. Garfield (son James R. Garfield ) George H. W. Bush (son George W. Bush) ( Full Answer )
The system of referring to people who have the same name as Junior and Senior is completely separate from the system of numbering them as first, second, third, etc. The two systems cannot be used together. If a grandfather, son, and grandson are all named Joseph, then Grandfather is Joe the First…, son is Joe the Second, and grandson is Joe the Third. If there is a great grandson, he can be Joe IV. These numbers apply forever. The alternative is to call Grandfather Joe, Sr., and son Joe, Jr. There is no title available in this system for grandson as long as Joe, Sr., is alive. And when grandfather dies, his son need not continue to be Joe, Jr. Indeed if son produces a grandson, then son can become Joe Sr., and grandson can be Joe, Jr. In other words these titles can change with the changing circumstances of life. ( Full Answer )
Unless you live in another country other than the US or their situation has changed, the show went off the air after ten years in December 2012.
The main character in the series is Artemis Fowl Jr., and his father (obviously) is Artemis Fowl Sr.