I am proud to represent Africa, Côte d`Ivoire and to honour my ancestors. Venture capitalist Mike Speiser, an early backer, coined the company`s name in honor of the team`s love of skiing. It`s a reminder that it`s an honour to fight for such high stakes when the pressure is on. She knew that the man`s honor, respect for his race, and their struggle had led him to commit the sacrifice. Over the past five years, Weber`s edited work has won virtually every major award in journalism. Being featured by Travel Noire on Instagram these days is like a badge of honor for many black millennial travelers. As a noun, judge refers to a person empowered to make decisions. A judge is an official of the court empowered to rule on legal cases. A judge presiding over a case may initiate investigations into related matters, but in general, judges do not have the power to conduct investigations for other branches or agencies of government. It is advisable to stop the honor and respect of Your Majesty as much as possible.
«If we lose our reputation for keeping the promises we make, we will have lost something beyond the price that may never be recovered,» said former Conservative Prime Minister John Major. (verb) – Accept a bill of exchange or pay an accepted bill of exchange, cheque or bill of exchange when due and according to its duration. Peterson v. Hubbard, 28 me. 199; Clarke v. Hahn, 4 basts, 72; Lucas v. Groning, 7 blouses. 168th act of honour. If an invoice has been the subject of a protest and a third party accepts it or wishes to accept it for the «honour» (credit) of one or more of the parties, the notary draws up a deed proving the operation designated by this name.
(n) The word honorable is preceded when the legal authorities are greeted, when they are called by their designation, which designates their meaning as honorary king of, etc. Thus, the judges of a court are welcomed as an honourable judge. Therefore, a judge was referred to as «Your Honour» in the oral representation, duly respecting his or her legal authority. As a verb, the term judge generally describes a process of evaluation and decision-making. In a court case, this process may be conducted by a judge or jury. In all cases, decisions must be based on the applicable law. If the case requires a jury verdict, the judge tells the jury which law applies to the case. 1) n. an official with the authority and responsibility to preside over a court, hear prosecutions and make legal decisions. Judges are almost always lawyers. In some states, «justices of the peace» may only have to pass one test, and federal and state «administrative judges» are often trial attorneys or non-legal commissioners who specialize in the subject matter they are called upon to judge. The word «court» often refers to the judge, as in the phrase «the court found the defendant guilty» or «can he please the court» when addressing the judge.
The word «judge» also refers to the judge or judges in general. Appellate court judges are generally referred to as «judges.» Judges of courts established by a state at the county, district, city, or municipality level are elected by election, appointed by the governor, or by a judicial selection process in the event of a vacancy. Federal judges are appointed for life by the President of the United States and confirmed by the United States Senate. A senator from the same party as the president has considerable influence over the recommendation of federal judges in his home state. 2) v. decide a legal question, including determining the outcome of a trial if there is no jury. See: lawyer, court, judge, judge, judge, judge, judge, administrative judge, justice of the peace) Thank you, General, but General Blair has just done me the great honour of appointing me to his staff. Noble in spirit and himself with a pronounced sense of honor, he had an instinctive aversion to anything mean or low in others. In honor of her big year, here are some little-known facts about the singer, courtesy of BuzzFeed. (a) High estimate. A testimony of high esteem. Dignity.
Reputation. A dignified respect for character that flows from integrity, principles or moral righteousness. A duel is not justified by an insult to our honour. Honor is also used to signify integrity in a judge, courage in a soldier, and chastity in a woman. Depriving a woman of her honour is in some cases punishable as a public injustice and by a lawsuit for damages to the relative rights of a husband or father. Empty criminal conversation. 2. In England, if a peer of Parliament sits on that body at court, his promise of honour shall be received instead of an oath; and before the courts of law, peers and lords of Parliament answer only for their honour. But the common law courts do not recognize such a distinction. Needless to say, since we are not burdened by nobility, there is no such distinction in the United States, since all persons are equal before the law. (b) Eng.
The reign of a Lord Paramount. (b) Contr. Accept a bill of exchange; to pay an accepted invoice or promissory note on the due date. Judges must follow ethical rules. In all jurisdictions, the statutes stipulate that a judge may only hold office during a period of good conduct. If a judge violates the law or a rule of ethics, he or she may be removed from office. In jurisdictions where judges are elected, they may be removed from office by referendum or impeached by law of the legislature.