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guard of honour

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishguard of honourguard of honoura group of people who walk or stand together at a special occasion in order to show respect Police colleagues formed a guard of honour at her funeral. guard
Examples from the Corpus
guard of honourThey had a band and a guard of honour outside the station, their backs to a row of railwaymen's cottages.Kerrison was still standing by the body, rigid as a guard of honour.There was a guard of honour for the Shah to inspect - more than one hundred troops.
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