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At present I mean only to consider it as it respects security for the preservation of peace and tranquillity, as well as against dangers from FOREIGN ARMS AND INFLUENCE, as from dangers of the LIKE KIND arising from domestic causes.
Sire," replied Pelisson, trembling at these words, "we are come to say nothing to your majesty that is not the most profound expression of the most sincere respect and love that are due to a king from all his subjects.
Mr Gowan stood aloof with his cigar and pencil, but Mr Blandois was on the spot to pay his respects to the ladies.
This manner of acting roused much respect for D'Artagnan's policy among the Musketeers.
Independently of the question of fertility, the offspring of species when crossed and of varieties when crossed may be compared in several other respects.
Laying aside the question of fertility and sterility, in all other respects there seems to be a general and close similarity in the offspring of crossed species, and of crossed varieties.
We need to demonstrate respect for each other and for relationships, not for power and control.
But three pages of large cursive writing later, I came to a conclusion: Respect started within me.
The minimum amount that should be given in charity is Rs 100 with respect to wheat, in accordance with Barley it is Rs 320, with respect to price of dates and Raisins it is Rs 1,600.
Sending our military into different cultures with an understanding of cross-cultural respect will allow the Soldiers to build relationships and develop trust with their counterparts as well as the local populace, because it matters less how you shake hands than what you do after the handshake.
Respect often means different things to different individuals and cultures.
There is the fundamental respect which is due to people simply because they are human beings created in the image of God.