English version

Your/His/Her Honour

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishYour/His/Her HonourYour/His/Her HonourNAME OF A PERSONused when speaking to or about a judge No, Your Honour. honour
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Your/His/Her HonourThis year a memorial hall was built in his honour at his birthplace, Yaotsu.Festivals in his honour are marked by a plethora of flowers, and the lusciously scented frangipani is held sacred to him.She said: Our Blessed Lady asked me to ask you to have a small chapel built here in her honour.At a lunch in his honour, friends and former rivals gathered to pay him tribute.In 1817 the Dublin Society struck a gold medal in his honour.The lectures are named in his honour and organisers hope to attract big names in the future.He was laid to rest in a grave at his settlement on the riverbank and a shrine was raised in his honour.
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