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But he only bowed resignedly, with due respect to his wife's uncle, and observed that doubtless the works he mentioned had "served as a resource to a certain order of minds.
Bob had drawn out a dirty canvas bag, and would perhaps not have paused just then if Maggie had not entered the room and darted a look of surprise and curiosity at him, whereupon he pulled his red locks again with due respect.
Decidedly it is worth something to be born in a certain sphere, with due respect to the lowly, who pretend that it is of very little advantage to them to be born lowly.
They are just pretending as the opposition or the minority, with due respect to them.
I would not go into details about tasting dishes cooked by a Pakistani family - with due respect to them - as I view it as an insult to food.
With due respect to Imagine Canada as an important and influential voice, we feel that this proposal should have been presented in a more prominent way, so that a number of troublesome questions could be examined.
2) Pope Paul VI said that responsible parenthood is exercised, either by the deliberate and generous decision to raise a numerous family, or by the decision, made for grave motives and with due respect for the moral law, to avoid for the time being, or even for an indeterminate period, a new birth)
While I certainly do not wish to denigrate James Madison, one of the truly great Americans, especially for his fathering of the United States Constitution, as pointed out in your outstanding article ("Father of the Constitution," July 1st issue), I must with due respect point out an error in that article.
The conditions for the transfer has been decided with due respect to the financial position of Orc Software KK and the alternative costs for the termination of the subsidiary in other ways.
He said that Pakistan desires peace and stability in this important region with due respect for international law and norms.
With due respect to these gentlemen, it wasn't a pretty sight and not an image one wishes to view at the breakfast table.
Any man who took a job to be like Alastair Campbell - the guy who punched for Robert Maxwell and did Tony Blair's dirty work - is probably worth letting go, with due respect to Mrs Lironi and the little Lironis.