title of honor

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This great prince received me at my landing with all possible encomiums, and created me a NARDAC upon the spot, which is the highest title of honour among them.
In the centre of the upper table, were placed two chairs more elevated than the rest, for the master and mistress of the family, who presided over the scene of hospitality, and from doing so derived their Saxon title of honour, which signifies ``the Dividers of Bread.
General Rawat, who assumed the office last year came to Nepal to receive the title of Honour of Nepal Army last year.
The term "master" is the title of honour generally reserved for renowned tailors in South Asia.
In fact, whilst the title Cardinal is a title of honour in the Roman Catholic Church, conferred by the Pope himself, the job of the Cardinals is to act as a collective body of advisors to the Pope.
Though each of us holds a title of honour president, prime minister, king we are bound by the one title we share," Obama said on a stage with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and the leaders of Egypt and Jordan.
Strichpunkt will take home the 'Stylus' prize -- a type of challenge cup given to the agency for a year as a symbol of its title of honour, before being passed on to another excellent design agency the following year.
Section One of the Act says this: "If any person accepts, obtains or agrees to accept or obtain from any person, for himself or for any other person, or for any purpose, any gift, money or valuable consideration as an inducement or reward for procuring or assisting or endeavouring to procure the grant of a dignity or title of honour to any person or otherwise in connection with such a grant, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanour".