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“We have received your letter of September 15, 2008, informing us of the formation of what you call the Honest and Open Election Committee by the McCain-Palin Campaign.”
“Honest is still the best policy, except when it comes to politics.”
“He became a judge on the Court of Common Pleas in 1768, and was often called Honest John by his neighbors because of his integrity and fairness.”
“I wish to speak to the topic, which, perhaps, is not very intelligible as printed: "The Machine in Honest Hands.”
“They still live across the street from each other in London (they started Gorillaz while sharing a flat), where both are raising families, and Albarn has shepherded projects ranging from his world-music label Honest”
“Not only was he referred to as Honest Ben but was lauded for his studies and knowledge of the Great Depression and how to prevent a repeat of that affair.”
“Even if you disagree with that ranking, you’d be hard-pressed to label Honest Abe a failure.”
“It was my idea because I used to do a show for a guy in Glendale called Honest John.”
“I was going to call it Honest by Bethenny, because that's what it is, honest skin care," says Frankel.”
“In the interview, Jess opens up about her new line of housewares and bath products, to be called The Honest Company: "Our core item will be diapers," says Alba, adding that the idea behind the brand came when she was pregnant with Honor.”
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