lack of honor

See: dishonor, shame
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian legislator strongly criticized the UK for being an obedient henchman of the White House, saying that the recent move of the British forces who detained an Iranian oil supertanker after receiving an order from Washington further exposed London's lack of honor for being a poodle of the US.
Our culture desperately needs people of character to be an answer to the lack of honor we see around us.
That our own LTO wouldn't trust us enough to follow Canada's example suggests lack of honor and honesty in our own.
And, as Herbert Hoover said, "When there is lack of honor in the government, the morals of the people are poisoned" as, and it will result in an unruly nation.
The lack of courage on display by this administration, coupled with the complete lack of honor displayed by this do-nothing Congress, is appalling.
Here, the two authors are similar in maintaining that a lack of honor lessens one's virtuous acts.
Their propaganda about Western depravity, lack of honor and corruption can only be legitimized by Western officials displaying depravity, lack of honor and corruption.
He writes, "We have been relatively quiet regarding our ex-chaplain's untruthfulness and lack of honor because we are embarrassed that one of our own could display such behavior in the name of our Lord.
But on the same edition of "Meet the Press" where Bill Bennett proclaimed the "Death of Outrage" Patricia Ireland of the National Organization for Women said that, although the President's behavior had been "disgusting" and "repugnant" she agreed with Representative Conyers that there had been no lack of honor on his part.
Other reasons for not completing honors may include institutional structural inadequacies such as a shortage of research advisors, inadequate student preparation for independent research, or a lack of honors academic or programmatic opportunities.