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1Doctor of Letters.
- ‘Sam Neill, LittD (honoris causa), gave the graduation speech at the morning ceremony on Wednesday, April 17.’
- ‘Owen Marshall, LittD (honoris causa), gave the graduation speech at the afternoon ceremony on Friday, April 19.’
- ‘After receiving his honorary LittD, the Christchurch actor gave the graduation address.’
2Doctor of Literature.
From Latin Litterarum Doctor.
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