Is there a technical term for phrases that introduce or describe a person? See examples below
- Best-selling author Chas Dickens
- The managing director of Bleak House Enterpriises, Chas Dickens, etc
- Chas Dickens, writer of last year's top-selling novel, etc
- Popular social commentator Chas Dickens etc
i e, in each example, the bits everything exclusing "Chas Dickens"
I believe the technical terms would be "an introduction" or "a description" for the examples you've provided.
They aren't comprehensive enough to be a biography, and they aren't titles (which are forms of address or earned honorifics).
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