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“Madam Speaker, the honourable President of the Republic, Honourable”
“If a daughter of a peer marries a commoner the title Honourable will be added before their name, such as The Honourable Mary Graham.”
“Because of their high office, Judges are called Honourable, and precede most other men on great occasions.”
“For who would hurt the white-breasted creature, that every one called the Honourable Lord”
“In an Editorial entitled Honourable Fellow Citizens of the Muslim World, the editor-in-chief of the newspaper said:”
“In lieu of examining the law for possible revisions, the Minister of Justice, Otto Lang (and I regret that his actions make it impossible for me to use the title Honourable) berates the medical profession and has the unprecedented audacity to usurp the privileges of the courts by providing his personal interpretation of the law.”
“Ludovick Gustavus Arbuthnot, commonly called the Honourable, etc. The said son was educated at Eton and New College, Oxford, was a captain in the Tweeddale Yeomanry, and served for some years as honorary attache at various embassies.”
“The Honourable was the first to reach the point of vantage, and to look down upon the vast and wandering fissures, the frigid bulwarks, the great fortresses of ice, the ceaseless snows, the aisles of this mountain sanctuary through which”
“But he's a senator or something in his own State, which is very important, so he is called Honourable officially -- and on letters, as one is at home if that's all one can scrape up by way of a courtesy title.”
“Allan, who was at that time head of an institution termed the Honourable”
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