mark of honor

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WorldHotels, a trusted mark of honor for nearly half a century, was founded by hoteliers dedicated to the art of hospitality.
Of course, the Crewe, England-based brand isn't the only one to reckon that, in addition to being more efficient, electric power bestows a mark of honor upon its best clients.
While I realize that resignation under fire is not part of our culture, it would be a mark of honor for Bato to give up his post and move on to other endeavors.
Army, the combat infantry soldier's badge is a mark of honor, though colloquialisms such as grunt express another viewpoint about the status of the ordinary foot soldier.
Air New Zealand and SIA, in the meantime, have decided to cancel their celebratory party, which is slated for this evening to commemorate the launch of their alliance, as a mark of honor to the victims of the AirAsia Indonesia tragedy.
A country's flag is a mark of honor and nobody is allowed to violate it in any case.
In Latvia, it was a mark of honor to be a member, and conferred benefits.
Fitzgerald considers it a mark of honor to provide medical care for friends.
Because military service became a mark of honor, the uniform itself occasionally became a force for uniting soldiers of different races.