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Now she's angry with me that her honour is not as much as honour as she thought it was.
Both served with honour but without much chance for heroics.
It was an honour to be present and to have the opportunity of capturing such a beautiful moment x.
The gesture was probably the highest honour she could bestow on anyone.
But among those who deserve honour is also a humble bureaucrat at the trade ministry.
Running one of these collection points, where the milk is tested and weighed, is a position of great honour.
Besides the good looks, they said they yearned for the sense of adventure and honour of the medieval era.
Surprisingly, considering their crooked purpose, the cash desks seem to have operated on an honour system.
It leaves open the way to search and find more worlds, and honour those who find them as discoverers of planets.
Excellent behaviour on the part of my two brothers and me would signal our family respect and honour for the old ways.
We mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honour.
For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels, and hast crowned him with glory and honour.
The government has periodically handed out the honour since, often in conjunction with a royal celebration.
Ford's negotiators believe he will honour his promises.
The damage it causes is the main incentive for debtor countries to honour their promises.
Halfway through, the investigator accused them of helping each other and cited the university's honour code against cheating.
He was as punctilious about his honour, as fine a horseman and as deep in debt as any of them.
And some firms refuse to honour warranties on imported goods.
Bankruptcies among retailers also scared people away from gift cards, for fear that stores would not be around to honour them.
The world has no cause to honour a government that governs in this way with a sporting event intended to promote human dignity.

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