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- n. Plural form of respect.
- n. : regards or respect expressed for a deceased person, usually at the same time as offering condolences to other mourners.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of respect.
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- n. (often used with `pay') a formal expression of esteem
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The “Jesus” to whom the Moslems pay their respects is a wholly imaginary construct, having little in common with the Gospel Jesus except his name.
Religious titles, institutional limitations, ecclesiastical authorities no longer fit this congregation, which in most respects is Post-Christian.
She said “they seem to have gone backwards” in some respects from a period when J.C. Watts was in congress.
And, Jason, let me begin in the northern city of Monterey, which, in some respects, is booming, auto parts factories there rebounding this year after a dismal 2009.
In certain respects, the public figure that Simmons most clearly resembles is the early David Letterman, although Letterman has never tried to seem like an average guy.
Seriously, these quips about Woodrow Wilson and how his well-documented authoritarian tendencies are somehow the collective responsibility of self-identified modern progressives (a different animal in many respects from the Progressivism of TR and Wilson) or those on the left side of the political spectrum mystify me.
But I had a DVD of the miniseries (it had already aired), and I had a shooting script (different in many respects from the final edit).
The new order will differ in no important respects from the present, except in the completer development of its more salient features.
"In certain respects we do facilitate that," he said, speaking in London.
What we've seen, in many respects, is a renaissance in U.S.