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  • abbr. Honourable (in the titles of Members of Parliament)

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Examples

  • If anyone has not received the release, please either call Hon Hoy at 312-640-6688, and she will send you a copy.

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  • Mr SPEAKER: I call the Hon Ruth Dyson to ask question No. 4.

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  • Through successive bequests, the Church and land became the property of Captain Hon.

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  • It was a legal arm's length away in Chengdu, China, run by a goliath called Hon Hai Precision Industry, a Taiwanese company that's become one of the world's biggest employers and contract manufacturers.

    Measuring the Human Cost of an iPad Made in China

  • (Since the expression Hon was itself a private joke, this book was long published in the United States as Daughters and Rebels until, in 2004, The New York Review of Books resuscitated the original title with — interest declared — an introduction by your humble servant.)

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  • Hon, that is what Thatcher tried to make everyone believe - and she seems to have succeeded.

    Gandhi would be so proud.

  • Cat gave me a copy of Yume no Hon, which is very pretty.

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  • Those who pass the final degree become members of what is termed the Hon Lum

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  • The report also named Taiwan-owned Foxconn, also known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., which assembles Apple's iPhones and iPads in enormous factories in several mainland locations.

    The Seattle Times

  • The Wall Street Journal, Foxconn (also known as Hon Hai) says it will discuss the

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