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Check out the video above to see Shirley’s surprise and learn more about the stories of all those who were honored in the Community Change Maker category.

Among other honors, Perez has been awarded with the Dart Award for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma, the National Headliner Award and Best of the West Awards.

To critics, the idea that a statue honoring a trailblazing feminist includes the body of a naked woman is, understandably, infuriating.

From Fortune

When they talk about eventually visiting the memorial, Bradley uses the word “honor,” and Regina pauses between her words to hold back tears.

“Proponents for a better deal than Faulconer’s have always said these labor contracts will be honored,” Powers said.

He was part of an extreme, racialized white faction in the Louisiana state house that was clearly dead-set against honoring King.

Followers had traveled many miles to mourn the loss, and aid in the ritual washing, dressing, and honoring of the body.

But this week, even as a new cabinet was sworn in, the Houthis showed no signs of honoring their commitment to demobilize.

But it seems to be as if archaeology is, in some sense, about honoring the losers' story, too, right?

The honorees have included some of those among us who were most worth honoring.

On the eleventh, also, the Board of Trade met and resolved to require the honoring of all contracts.

Similarly honoring the wise, swearing by God's name, and not to swear falsely—all these lead to a firm belief in God's greatness.

I am not honoring men for their belief, nor blaming men who doubt or deny.

We, the survivors and descendants, have buckled on the armor of faithfulness and are honoring the memory of our martyred heroes.

His reputation had gone before him, and the very best men in our land honored themselves in honoring Christopher Carson.


On this page you'll find 168 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to honoring, such as: appreciative, congratulatory, polite, respectful, adulatory, and approbative.

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