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Likewise, the observance of promotion is to give honor and recognition to PNP uniformed personnel, as well as uplift the morale of the police force.
'As we pay tribute and give honor to this warrior and advocate, we fervently pray for the Almighty to grant her eternal repose.
Indian viral sprinter, Rameshwar Gurjar from Shivpuri District, promises he will give it best shot to give honor to his country in the international sporting arena.
In addition, Belmonte said intensifying the city's sports programs could lead to the discovery of "new talents that, if properly trained and developed, can represent and give honor to the country in local and international events''.
Thank you very much for continuing to give honor to the country.
'This is a good example that this profession [scientist] is recognized and can give honor to the country,' Perez said.
Addressing on the occasion, SSP Sanghar said that it's our responsibility to give honor to the families of the cops, who sacrificed their lives while performing their duties.
She called for the support and participation of the public for the success of the event, which will give honor to women from all walks of life.
It would be interesting to see whether the Nokia 8.1 would able to give Honor device a tough competition?
MITHI -- A Rally were observed in Mithi led by SSP Tharparkar Imran Qureshi from Government Boys High School Chowk Mithi to Kashmir chowk to give honor to martyred policemen regarding the day of martyrdom.
This week had a day set aside to give honor to mothers, Mother's Day.
To be honest her repeated thanks and honor of God and Jesus Christ gave me a new found respect for the Chief Justice because there are very few like her who would publicly share her faith, and give honor to GOD particularly at a time when people expected her to come out of the corner swinging and exposing the corrupt conduct of certain Justices of the Supreme Court.