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what does the “K.C.”mean in the sentence? There was a K.C. and his wife, a Government official and his wife quoted from “The Moon and Sixpence"
Feb 18, 2016 7:22 AM
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K.C. is a title which stands for 'King's Counsel'. This is a high status lawyer, usually a barrister, in Britain and Commonwealth countries. The title is bestowed by the monarch, so for the past 63 years or so, we have had Q.C.s - Queen's Counsels - rather than K.C.s.
February 18, 2016
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