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Honourable

(US), Honorable
the. a title of respect placed before a name: employed before the names of various officials in the English-speaking world, as a courtesy title in Britain for the children of viscounts and barons and the younger sons of earls, and in Parliament by one member speaking of another
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If it were true that Respondent was speaking in his personal capacity, there was no reason for him to have announced that the reversal of the Honorable Court's ruling is 'the official position of the Duterte [administration].
The Honorable Jeffrey Zients, Assistant to the President and Director of the National Economic Council The Honorable Robert Malley, Special Assistant to the President, Senior Advisor to the President for Counter-ISIL Campaign, National Security Council, and White House Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa, and Gulf Region, National Security Council The Honorable Frank Lowenstein, Special Envoy for Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations, Department of State.
Honorable Mention: Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.
The Honorable Howard Berman, Representative from California Mrs.
Olive Garden, various locations; honorable mention, Il Camino, Leominster.
Supply Support Activity MTOE Winner: 558th Trans Co, Ft Eustis, VA (FORSCOM) Runner-up: HHC, 160th SOAR, Ft Campbell, KY (USASOC) Honorable Mention: E Co, 1st Bn, 1st ADA, Japan (USARPAC)
3 : having high moral standards of behavior : ethical, upright <She is too honorable to stoop to cheating.
Contract Furniture--Winner: Daniel Thornberry, University of Kentucky; Merit: Brady Cutler, Brigham Young University; Honorable Mention: Meirav Shitrit, Art Center College of Design.
Lancaster's Evan Luo, 8, was awarded an honorable mention for his performance in the Bach Competition, Level I instrumental, for performers 12 and younger.
The Honorable Minister of Righteous Indignation used to be a Conservative, but is now a Liberal.
Rebecca Perlow, honorable mention, editorial writing; Stephanie Burns, third place, feature writing; Jeff Reul, first place, sports writing and honorable mention, feature writing; Katie Long, first place, feature photography, first place, photo page, and honorable mention, story illustration; Brent Holzapfel, honorable mention, feature photography and photo page; Ed Whealon, first place, sports photography; Scott Buck, first place, advertising; staff, third place, editorial page; Dominic Genetti, Scott Salisbury and Jeff Reul, first place sports page; Matt Steiner, Brent Holzapfel and Katie Cheek, first place, feature page; and staff, third place, special section.