Some articles on honor:
... Recognition Medal Collier Trophy New York City Gold Medal of Honor Elisha Kent Kane Medal Ustica Gold Trident Boy Scouts of America Silver Buffalo Award ... dedicated Scott Carpenter Park and Pool in honor of native son turned Mercury astronaut ... Westminster, Colorado was named in his honor, as was M ...
... Worlds of Honor, published in 1999, was the second anthology of stories set in the Honor Harrington universe or Honorverse ... David Weber, author of the mainline Honor Harrington series, serves as editor for the anthologies, maintaining fidelity to the series canons ... The Hard Way Home by David Weber Lieutenant Commander Honor Harrington, executive officer of the cruiser HMS Broadsword, is participating in a series of evaluation exercises of a new type of ...
... was the single-player mode of Medal of Honor for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows which was released on October 12, 2010 ... They have begun production for a second Medal of Honor game titled Medal of Honor Warfighter which was released on October 23, 2012 ...
... Season Division Place Copa de España 2000/01 D ... Plata 4th 2001/02 D ...
... Honor, hosts a festival during the month of August ... Honor also has the only drive-in theater left in Northern Michigan, http//cherrybowldrivein.com/ The Cherry Bowl Drive In ...
More definitions of "honor":
- (verb): Accept as pay.
Example: "We honor checks and drafts"
- (noun): A tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction.
Synonyms: award, accolade, honour, laurels
- (verb): Show respect towards.
Example: "Honor your parents!"
Synonyms: respect, honour, abide by, observe
- (noun): The quality of being honorable and having a good name.
Example: "A man of honor"
Famous quotes containing the word honor:
“Funeral pomp is more for the vanity of the living than for the honor of the dead.”
—François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (16131680)
“There is no question what the roll of honor in America is. The roll of honor consists of the names of men who have squared their conduct by ideals of duty.”
—Woodrow Wilson (18561924)
“... until both employers and workers groups assume responsibility for chastising their own recalcitrant children, they can vainly bay the moon about ignorant and unfair public criticism. Moreover, their failure to impose voluntarily upon their own groups codes of decency and honor will result in more and more necessity for government control.”
—Mary Barnett Gilson (1877?)