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For formal occasions (for example, in the heading of a letter or when introducing a speaker), one would politely address or refer to a subdeacon as "Subdeacon [John Smith]." In informal settings, for example, in normal conversation, it is appropriate to simply refer to a subdeacon by his first name.
Sacramentally, all subdeacons are equal; if there are multiple subdeacons, they are ranked and serve by seniority according to the date of their ordination. Additionally, subdeacons are it is not able appropriate to give blessingskiss a subdeacons hand - this is done for bishops and priests (and in some traditions, deacons).
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