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respectfully

adverb compliantly, courteously, deferentially, dutifully, humbly, obediently, politely, regardfully, reverenter, reverently, submissively, summisse, unassumingly, verecunde, with all respect, with compliance, with deference, with due deference, with due respect, with the highest respect
Associated concepts: respectfully submitted to the court
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Church, Bannockburn on Tuesday 20th March at 11am, thereafter to Falkirk Crematorium arriving at 12pm, all relatives and friends are respectfully invited.
Revolt was not as polished a work as The True and Only Heaven, but it was respectfully received and heavily promoted by the publishing establishment.
Funeral service in Falkirk Crematorium on Thursday 1st March at 10am, to which all friends are respectfully invited.
Keep up the really good work and remember, all comments were meant respectfully.
Attorney Irma Rodriguez Moisa, representing Burbank, told jurors that McMurray, who held one of the top 50 positions in the city, was treated respectfully but that she ``was an individual who refused to recognize she did not have the necessary skills for the position.
And the more people [who] politely and respectfully make their concerns known to the businesses they patronize -- that they won't be back or that they won't patronize them if they continue to sell porn and pollute our moral environment -- the more opportunity we have for change.
We can achieve this goal by respectfully portraying many varied cultures and the contributions of those cultures.
And though you'll likely have a long wait 'til he comes down off the vert ramp, or returns from one of his seemingly endless string of vacations, or decides his work is ready for the eyes of others to take a gander at, the final result is a record as vital as it is thoughtfully, respectfully, and meticulously collected and printed.
During the ceremony Powell took the time to respectfully acknowledge Guest's partner of six years, Alex Nevarez.
Write a letter to your priest and bishop stating that you have read the document, found it to be problematic (provide authoritative citations), and respectfully request that the document be recalled for review and revision.
The emotions that do fill the album - desire, doubt, confusion - feel travel-weary; no longer struggled with, they've been respectfully, wholly surrendered to.