4 edition of Honourable member found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||JN677 .N43 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||83196391|
And it was all in stark contrast to the efforts of honourable members in Westminster. Times, Sunday Times () An honourable and dignified man. The Sun () Exactly how open does an honourable member have to be? Times, Sunday Times () The honourable thing to do now would be to resign. Hon., Honourable, Right Honourable, Rt. Hon. The honorary title the Honourable is used before the names of members of the Canadian Privy Council, lieutenant-governors and certain other officials.. The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell was appointed Ontario’s 29th Lieutenant‑Governor in ; Members of Parliament are called Honourable if they are or have been members of the Privy Council.
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 's and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork. Product Identifiers: Publisher: Read Books: ISBN ISBN Seller Rating: % positive. honorable (ŏn′ər-ə-bəl) adj. 1. Deserving or winning honor and respect: led an honorable life. 2. Bringing distinction or recognition: honorable service to one's nation. 3. Possessing and characterized by honor: an honorable person. 4. Consistent with honor or good name: followed the only honorable course of action. 5. Distinguished.
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Honourable member. Cambridge, England: P. Stephens, (OCoLC) Honourable, (U.S.) Honorable adj prenominal 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, (Abbrev.).
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Honourable definition: If you describe people or actions as honourable, you mean that they are good and deserve | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Within the House of Commons, the title "Right Honourable" indicates that the Honourable member book is a member of the Privy Council.
(In other contexts, it is also used for some peers and Lord Mayors). MPs who are not Privy Counsellors are always referred to as "the Honourable member for X" or similar within the Commons chamber, but "Honourable" is not Honourable member book of their name.
Define honourable. honourable synonyms, honourable pronunciation, honourable translation, English dictionary definition of honourable. or adj 1. possessing or characterized by high principles: honourable.
In addition to the gardening equipment and supplies, Honourable Smith presented each child in the Grade 3 class with a book and school supplies. He challenged them to submit a book report on the book they received before circulating the books to other classmates.
He also included a response letter to each child in the class. The Honourable Member Vicky Lake is the ultimate competitor: ruthlessly ambitious and unswervingly opportunistic, she understands modern media and its influence on public opinion.
Her win in a reality television show leads to a meeting with the Prime Minister. If you recognize anyone, it does not mean that you like all, for instance, recognize the honourable Member for Ebbw Vale. Lord Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill — Of Ernest Bevin, in a House of Commons debate on1 Julon British recognition of communist China.
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This book is offered as a general examination of the role of the backbench Member of the House of Commons in the British system of government. It is concerned to argue that the individual Member is something more than a pawn in the game of party politics; that his services are essential to a democratic society; that, collectively, backbenchers.
The Honourable Member - Kindle edition by Turner, Malcolm. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Honourable Member.4/5(1). ♥ Book Title: A Letter addressed to the Honourable John Frederick Campbell, M.P., on the Poor Laws, and the practical effect to be produced by the Act of 59 Geo.
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Honorable definition is - deserving of respect or high regard: deserving of honor. How to use honorable in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of honorable. “The long-time precedent is that all members are honourable members and when they make a statement, especially with regard to something that they have said or they have not said, their word is taken.
The consequences for misleading the House in that circumstance, as a number of members should know, is very serious.” - Trevor Mallard.
The Honourable, a style or title of honour common to the United Kingdom, the countries of the Commonwealth, and the United is taken from the French honorable and ultimately derived from the Latin honorabilis (“worthy of honour”). Edward Gibbon equates the late Roman title of clarissimus with “honourable” as applied to the lowest of the three grades of rank in the imperial.
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A MEMBER of a Legislature, who had pledged himself to his Constituents not to steal, brought home at the end of the session a large part of the dome.
The terms for personages of achievement are called “honorifics.” I could go around calling my self “Dr. May” if I wanted, thanks to the great honour of three honourary doctorates. Ministers of the Crown are called the Honourable in front of their names, with the Prime Minister meriting the term “the Right Honourable.” Members of Parliament must refer to each other in.