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  • n. Plural form of honorer.


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  • There are no greater lovers of right, honorers of industry, and friends to education in the world than its people, yet the present social condition of Holyoke and of Lowell, as of many other manufacturing cities, would have shocked all America thirty years ago, and been impossible less than half a century back.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 481, March 21, 1885

  • Blount knew neither the honorers nor the honored ones, and had resolutely refused the chance offered him by Mrs. Beverley to amend his ignorance.

    The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush

  • oddly enough, the ‘honorers’ of the sacred texts view ‘cold peace’ as violence. in fact, they seem to view anything less than ‘honor’ for the text as ‘hot war.’ when these texts are not available for worship, evangelization, or other forms of ‘honor,’ in public school, say, it is viewed as suppression or book banning.

    War, Peace, and Texts


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