from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- prep. Usage Problem With respect to; concerning. See Usage Note at regard.
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- v. Present participle of respect.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- prep. With regard or relation to; regarding; concerning.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Regarding; in regard to; relating to.
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Hamas, he sadly claimed, had "fallen into the quagmire of surrender," and the leadership had "sold out" to the king: "The leadership of Hamas has committed an aggression against the rights of the Islamic nation by accepting what it called respecting international agreements [a code word for the Oslo process]."
Should Wilson, the GOP, or You choose to not apologize for the on-going behavior then we who believe in respecting the laws and rules of the functioning of our government will not move on either.
However, I believe in respecting the animals on this planet.
Qatar Christians celebrate consecration of new church: Qatar making progress in respecting freedom of religion.
A few dollars for quality and respecting is no hassle for those who routinely spend hundreds of dollars a month on computer/internet related tech/services.
If you believe in respecting people nregardless of color, religion, race, social-economic conditions, etc., then you have to respect people who believe in Christianity as well, and not stereotype them so easily.
But conservatives are people who believe in respecting and preserving existing institutions.
The US needs to rebuild the trust and respect we have lost around the world and we need a President whom the world knows and trusts will be steadfast in respecting rules and regulations.
Why should the GOP be any different in respecting the boundaries of decency than Hillary?
By that declaration alone, Israel has proven its insincerity in respecting the borders the UN granted them. anon