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honour

(US), honor
1. 
a. Bridge Poker any of the top five cards in a suit or any of the four aces at no trumps
b. Whist any of the top four cards
2. Golf the right to tee off first

Honour

a. a title used to or of certain judges
b. (in Ireland) a form of address in general use
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The cheque was deposited with a private bank in Madina Town on Aug 21 and it was dishonored.
Arbab Zafar Khan paid the price of land, while his friend gave him a cheque of Rs 10.86m, which was dishonored.
The PPP leader further stated, 'The cabinet full of Musharraf remnants obviously doesn't remember that our family has always chosen death before dishonor.'
These statements and imputations made by Doctor Ubial have caused dishonor, discredit or contempt upon my person and also as the former Secretary of the DOH and former Representative of the House of Congress representing the First (1st) District of the Province of Iloilo,' Garin said in her complaint-affidavit.
It's also possible to dishonor God, however, by dishonoring His creation.
Ring of Honor's (http://www.rohwrestling.com/live/events/2017/sep/22/92217-death-dishonor-xv-ppv-las-vegas-nv) Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view Friday night in Las Vegas includes some of the biggest names in professional wrestling.
Resident of the Salih Khana of Nowshera, Jehangir Bacha hold a press conference and alleged that Station Head Officer (SHO) Akora Khattak, have unlawfully dishonor way raided my house and take away 500 pounds adding that Akora Khattak police want to involved him in a forged firing case which I have not committed.
You've dishonored poetry, you'll dishonor even death!
They cited a provision in the school's code of conduct that says students may not "act in a manner in school or out of school that brings discredit or dishonor upon yourself or your school."
The issuing bank was directed to pay the amount of the letter of credit draw, together with interest and the beneficiary's reasonable attorneys' fees incurred in prosecuting its wrongful dishonor claim against the bank.
After Neville Chamberlain acquiesced in Nazi Germany's dismantling of Czechoslovakia in 1938, Winston Churchill famously told him: "You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You have chosen dishonor, and you will have war." In Bahrain, the West - and the US, in particular - thought the choice was between dishonor and instability.
It would be a dishonor. We would not want to participate in such a dishonor because history will not forgive us," he said.