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    1. Kira’s emotional ‘computer’ was not flaw-free, and at times appeared to have the calendar set at the year 1850, when honour and duty were still in vogue

    2. Good stewards will always honour their appointment

    3. God will always keep and honour His word

    4. The will should make it clear that the surviving partner can pass his or her life in honour and happiness in her own home

    5. In the end, the victims consider it as the greatest honour and happiness to serve an authority or a master

    6. honour to that part which lacked : That there should be no schism in the body; but that the members should have the same care one for another

    7. Obelisk: A clear sign of honour and wealth; yet, if it is ancient, you will have to cancel a long-waited trip

    8. I think you should honour that

    9. It would be such an honour for him to be selected

    10. ’ The Yeti have confirmed that the area has already been renamed in her honour and there will be a suitable stone cairn built once the locale has stabilised

    11. this honour have all his saints

    12. she was acting in good honour” said Joe to the court

    13. She'd made a name for herself as a woman of honour, desperate to help her community gain self-respect and sometimes mere existence

    14. There is the procession of the virgins in honour of Athena, the kissing of the holy icon and the walking to the doors of the chapels, even those on the edge

    15. ‘Lintze, you have forsaken much for the sake of your quest - I do not ask to see that which you hold but honour you for your efforts … you are a true daughter of your family

    16. The only dark cloud on their horizon was a note from their benefactor that had been pinned to a bottle of champagne that awaited them on the day of their arrival in their new home, offering his sincerest condolences on the sad news about the fisherman’s health and saying that he would consider it an honour if they would invite him to the funeral, long may that day be postponed

    17. Whenever I looked into the crowd and caught someone's eye they'd begin muttering and nodding and pointing in my direction and it became more and more clear not just that I was in the wrong place but also that I'd sat in a chair reserved for a guest of honour yet to appear

    18. It'll be an honour

    19. It’s an honour and a privilege to hear Karen tear him to shreds

    20. About how dear Maria and Manolis were flown to Athens for her to be decorated with the Order of the Honour-Grand Cross by the President of the Hellenic Republic and how we were all their guests of honour there that day

    21. Peter goes on to explain that in return for me promising to honour and obey, Simon is promising to love and cherish me … more than a fair exchange, I reckon

    22. health and saying that he would consider it an honour if they would

    23. What he sees now perverts his sense of honour, twisted though it is

    24. It was my honour to be your mother’s

    25. honour that you’ll not be harmed

    26. their honour here tomorrow evening?' asked Soissons

    27. feast in their honour this evening?' he asked

    28. um…declined the honour when he learned of the guest list

    29. thousand occasions of acquiring honour and distinction which never occur

    30. The great benefices and other ecclesiastical dignities support the honour of the church

    31. The banks, they seem to have thought, were in honour bound

    32. which the population is invited to honour and

    33. case of very likely defeat, it remains the honour

    34. “Well yes, you finally have the honour!”

    35. in the honour of the step sister of Constantine

    36. Noble palaces, magnificent villas, great collections of books, statues, pictures, and other curiosities, are frequently both an ornament and an honour, not only to the neighbourhood, but to the whole country to which they belong

    37. Versailles is an ornament and an honour to France, Stowe and Wilton to England

    38. There is, I believe, nowhere in Europe, except in England, any instance of the tenant building upon the land of which he had no lease, and trusting that the honour of his landlord would take no advantage of so important an improvement

    39. “It is an honour to have your family with us and was certainly the least I could do

    40. Not many could attest to that fact and most would die never having had such an honour bestowed upon them

    41. In the Spanish and Portuguese colonies, what is called the right of majorazzo takes place in the succession of all those great estates to which any title of honour is annexed

    42. The adventurers, indeed, who formed some of the latter establishments, joined to the chimerical project of finding gold and silver mines, other motives more reasonable and more laudable; but even these motives do very little honour to the policy of Europe

    43. In war and negotiation, the councils of Madras and Calcutta, have upon several occasions, conducted themselves with a resolution and decisive wisdom, which would have done honour to the senate of Rome in the best days of that republic

    44. For the honour of the national humanity, it is to be hoped that neither of these statutes was ever executed

    45. Among brothers and among sisters, the eldest always takes place ; and in the succession of the paternal estate, every thing which cannot be divided, but must go entire to one person, such as a title of honour, is in most cases given to the eldest

    46. When Agamemnon, in Homer, offers to Achilles, for his friendship, the sovereignty of seven Greek cities, the sole advantage which he mentions as likely to be derived from it was, that the people would honour him with presents

    47. Like the stewards of a rich man, they are apt to consider attention to small matters as not for their master's honour, and very easily give themselves a dispensation from having it

    48. “I think it’s a disgrace that the Captain has stained the honour of our Battalion by shooting wounded enemy prisoners and I shall report it when a more senior Officer arrives

    49. It is by powerful protection only, that he can effectually guard himself against the bad usage to which he is at all times exposed; and this protection he is most likely to gain, not by ability or diligence in his profession, but by obsequiousness to the will of his superiors, and by being ready, at all times, to sacrifice to that will the rights, the interest, and the honour of the body corporate, of which he is a member

    50. But how do you know that once you enter I would honour my side of the deal?’

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    honor honour pureness purity accolade award laurels abide by observe respect reward