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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhomagehom‧age /ˈhɒmɪdʒ $ ˈhɑː-/ noun [singular]  formalADMIRE something you do to show respect for someone or something you think is important The film pays homage to Martin Scorsese’s ‘Mean Streets’.
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homageHe agreed to do homage so long as it was spelt out that Aquitaine should belong to him and his heirs for ever.Look for a great little homage to Mary Tyler Moore, too.They went wild with jubilation as they paid homage to the local boy who made President.Memorial Day is when Americans pay homage to those killed in the nation's wars.And in its intolerance of criticism and debate the government and its minions pay homage to those they have replaced.The mayor also suggested that the de Young may get a new name to pay homage to a high-spending benefactor.I am here to receive your homage in dark silence.pays homage toThe annual luncheon at the center pays homage to those who have given more than 1,000 hours.But - no piano in an album that pays homage to one of the great pianists?
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