Hi, guys! I have a question referred to the use of capital letters. There´s a rule on capitalization concerning titles that reads the following: "Capitalize titles in busines; professions; rank; honor and respect, wether civil, religious, or military, (a) sugh titles immidiately precede or follow a proper name and are directly related to it, and (b) when they refer to specific persons. example: of (a) "Dr. A. B. Hoyt, Director of Art, will collaborate" of (b) "He is President and Treasurer of Lancaster, Inc. Now my question is: Do I capitalize titles in high ranks where the person´s name does not follow the title and is obvious, example: -The president of the United States visited Peru -The procurator was out of the country - the deffense attorney was too busy with the case? Thanks in advance!