Honor [noun]

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Venture capitalist Mike Speiser, one of the earliest backers, came up with the company name in honor of the team’s love of skiing.

“If we lose our reputation for honoring the promises we make, we will have lost something beyond price that may never be regained,” former Tory Prime Minister John Major said.

Over the past five years, work edited by Weber has won virtually every significant honor in journalism.

I am proud to represent Africa, Côte d’Ivoire and to honor my ancestors.

It’s a reminder that when the pressure is on, it is an honor to compete for such high stakes.

Certainly, our discussions with people on both sides is that both parties wish to honor it.

In the East, the starting honors begin with Courtney Vandersloot, currently a close second behind Stewart in win shares.

Levien declined to be interviewed for this story, but called the new job “the honor of a lifetime” in a statement.

For Mead’s 75th birthday in December 1976, The New York Times featured a full-page announcement in her honor.

A time-honored practice in mathematical circles is to divide the field in two.