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From a representation place, I feel honored to be a part of it.
She spoke humbly, admitted when she didn’t know answers, and stressed how honored and excited she would be to learn more and to work with everyone in the room.
It was the Frenchman whom Lady Victoria had honored with so much of her attention the evening before.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Men conspicuous in life for knowledge, bravery, or other noble qualities and unusual merits are honored after death.
What did it mean, and who was this young girl who honored with such gracious memorials the grave of my long-buried sister?
THE CIRCULAR STUDYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
From that night we were accorded all the privileges of honored guests in the great hacienda.
Madame Guillaume, surprised at this manly delicacy, honored her husband with a nod of approval.
I'm glad if she didn't mean it, papa; but I don't like such things said to my dear, honored father even in jest.
Yet those men volunteered it with others, and were chosen; for which they thought themselves highly honored.
In accordance with the time-honored New England custom, on Sunday morning we had our “baked beans.”

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