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“It is a resignation compelled by inappropriate comments I made that placed a person whom I respect and revere in a position of vulnerability,” it said.

The Woman Propositioned by Alaska’s Former Lieutenant Governor Tells Her Story for the First Timeby Kyle Hopkins and Michelle Theriault Boots, Anchorage Daily NewsSeptember 10, 2020ProPublica

He buttonholed revered Athenians, everyone from poets to generals, and soon discovered they were not as wise as they thought they were.

Similarly, the monkeys’ choice of where to look revered back to their instinctive behaviors when the ultrasound wand was off.

Pertaining to the former, Inari was also revered as the patron deity of merchants, tradesmen, entertainers, and even swordsmiths.

If I am asked whether it is in my nature to revere the sun, again I say--'Surely, yes!'

The World's Greatest Books, Vol IX.Edited by Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton

Revere was brave; he fain would not die without a struggle for his life.

Woven with the ShipCyrus Townsend Brady

He ought to marry a saint like Madame Guyon; I think that it would be easier to revere him as a saint than to marry him.

Tessa Wadsworth's DisciplineJennie M. Drinkwater

The king, in the midst of his irregularities, long continued to revere the aged bishop as a father.

I hate them: and, though I revere the lady, scorn all relation to them.

Clarissa, Volume 7Samuel Richardson

In my childhood I learnt to revere my family, my country, my religion.


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