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Doctor of Letters

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  1. a university academic degree

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  2. Latin: Litterarum doctor; D.Litt.; or Litt. D

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  3. The degree D.Litt. is awarded to candidates whose record of published work and research shows conspicuous ability and originality and constitutes a distinguished and sustained achievement

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  4. In the United Kingdom, Australia, India and certain other countries, the degree is a higher doctorate, above the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), and is issued on the basis of a long record of research and publication

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  5. University committee and board approval is required, and candidates must provide documented mastery of a particular area or field

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