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Is it correct to put in brackets the professional title after the proper noun instead of putting the professional role before the proper noun?

You can use commas to set the profession off parenthetically. M'hemed Housseine Fantar, an archeologist, described
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Is it correct to put in brackets the professional title after the proper noun instead of putting the professional role before the proper noun?

This is surely a style choice. But for once I'll answer, because I've found some advice I like: {5} Things to Avoid in Your Job Titles ... 2) Parentheses Mentioning something in parentheses in your ...
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Correct Possessive Form for the Name "James"

Pronounce it based on how you write it: if you add the s, add the extra syllable; if not, just say it as you would normally say “James.” Or vice versa—write it as you choose to pronounce it. But keep ...
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When to put "River" before or after its name and why?

It’s an example of English being a Germanic, yet French-influenced language. Much of the time, an adjective precedes the noun it modifies. Sometimes the French order, with the noun preceding the ...
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