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- n. Plural form of honour.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of honour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A university degree with honors; -- a term used in Great Britain.
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- n. a university degree with honors
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Mrs. Harte, the good old housekeeper, had been sent down to prepare for the reception of the family, and a world of trouble she had had; but all was now right and proper, and she was as active and alert as the youngest of her maidens could have been, in conducting the ladies to their apartments, in showing all the old places, and doing what she called the honours of the _re-installation_.
Also receiving honours from the Monarch at Buckingham Palace will be Clara Furse, chief executive of the London Stock Exchange, who receives a damehood for her career in the financial services industry.
Why is it only ever senior officers receive honours from the queen?
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But more importantly have avoided becoming involved in honours scandal
Checkout Magazine reported on the latest to win honours for their foods.
Our guest is an Ulster man and graduated with high academic honours from the Royal Academy, Belfast and Lincoln College, Oxford.
Every castle in this part of the world is historical, and derives its honours from a Turkish siege.
Today I have received in this most beautiful capital of the north, the most distinguished of all scientific honours from the hand of your king himself.