show respect

See: defer, honor
References in classic literature ?
Nay, nay, let us show respect to the good grandsire," said Bullivant, laughing.
I mean such things as these:--when the young are to be silent before their elders; how they are to show respect to them by standing and making them sit; what honour is due to parents; what garments or shoes are to be worn; the mode of dressing the hair; deportment and manners in general.
Commenting on the political environment especially in the backdrop of recently held Senate elections, the speaker said apart from political differences, it is imperative for the parliamentarians to show respect to each other.
The Supreme Court must show respect for the Constitution and a co-equal branch by allowing Congress to perform its constitutionally mandated duty,' the LP said.
On being asked whether there was any threat to his coalition government, he expressed confidence and said "every party and every MLA has the right to express their opinions and we need to show respect and keep an open channel of communication and we are confident that we have the support of all the MLAs".
March 1, 2018 (JUBA) - South Sudan's presidential press secretary has commended the decision of the former Tonj governor who celebrated his removal from the office, saying he wants to show respect to South Sudanese leader.
It is the duty of every citizen to show respect to the national flag.
Gunners fans are showing increasing impatience with the 68-year-old but Spurs boss Pochettino insisted: "Everyone who talks about him needs to show respect.
Tractor drivers do show respect REGARDING the tractor run story where landowner Tom Montgomery claims a tractor was driven at him (Examiner, June 22).
THEY came to pay their respects at the Gate - then for a short time they stand And wait With their heads bowed in prayer Joining those that were there Mourning those who were on the bridge That day Killed by a car driven in a reckless way Driven by a man filled with hate Then killed a police officer at that gate That policeman bravely doing his duty Got in the way With his life he did pay The country now comes together to show Respect To comfort families that fanatic wrecked Sadly so many have died this way All we can do is hope and pray Why oh why do so many have to die And families left to sit and cry Perhaps one day they will see the light When they see there is no reason to fight But we remember those who died and Those that survived When unknown strangers arrived.
A crisis that if it is to be dealt with requires that the involved parties show respect for the principles of democracy, legality and the rule of law.
Show respect for other opinions and people will show respect for them.