According to her, if a woman holding such high position can be subjected to such dishonour
, then one cannot imagine the plight of a woman who is working in small public space or office space.
The official added that: " Women, at times, may be subjected to long- term physical abuse for bringing perceived dishonour
to her family or clan.
This was deemed to bring dishonour
to her husband and to both families.
Felicity Powell is the conceptual progenitor of the Medals of Dishonour
exhibition, as well as one of the participating artists.
The Fair Fees campaign calls on banks to scrap unfair fees (such as credit card over limit fees and deposited cheque dishonour
fees), improve real-time communication with customers (to reduce the incidence of dishonoured
transactions) and bring all penalty fees in line with their true costs.
The Government insists the pardon, put into the Armed Forces Act in the Lords, aims to remove the dishonour
of execution as a fate not deserved.
He added: ``I am quite satisfied that you felt that this young woman had brought dishonour
upon her family and upon your community.
Young Asian women more prone to suicide:Delegates at yesterday's Crown Prosecution Service conference in central London heard that the suicide rate of Asian women aged 16 to 24 is nearly three times higher than the national average - possibly driven by fear of dishonour
and family reactions.
We are dismayed by the division in our church and the dishonour
this has brought on our church and our Lord Jesus.
In the television and cable production information, cultural or historical programming category, Midlands Report - Death or Dishonour
was named a Platinum award winner.
According to her statement, she had yelled: "I would rather have you cut my throat than dishonour
the thing wee sweare by, wee make it the greatest of all other, wee make it the witnesse and discerner of our trueth wee meane, and the reuenger of falsehoode and our fault if we doe not as wee sweare, all which to bee giuen to the Lorde by swearing onley by Him, is a glory to him, and contraiwise a dishonour
to him to ascribe them elsewhere, since indeede they are not incident to anie creature (133).