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However, the law governing political parties (Ley Electoral y de Partidos Politicos) mentions "honorableness" as one of the requirements for a citizen to run for office, which means that the Tribunal Supremo Electoral (TSE) could stop Perez Molina from running for office on ethical grounds.
The theory was originally formed by Adam Smith who explicated that "'The wages of labourers vary with the ease or hardship, the cleanliness or dirtiness, the honorableness or dishonorableness of the employment." Economists have developed statistical models to realise the difference in workers' productivity and different component of job by unraveling wage-risk trade-off from other factors affecting wages.
The more I dive into this matter of whaling, and push my researches up to the very spring-head of it so much the more am I impressed with its great honorableness and antiquity; and especially when I find so many great demi-gods and heroes, prophets of all sorts, who one way or other have shed distinction upon it, I am transported with the reflection that I myself belong, though but subordinately, to so emblazoned a fraternity.