Quotes having the keyword Honour
She kindly laments that I am not of the party, and to be sure I honour great ladies, and I admire great wits, but I am of the same opinion in regard to assemblies that is held concerning oysters, that they are never good in a month that has not the letter R in it.
by Elizabeth Montagu (born in 1718) keywords: admire, am, assemblies, concerning, good, great, held, honour, kindly, ladies, letter, month, never, opinion, oysters, party, regard, same, she, sure , wits
Since, therefore, individuals as well as the public are so indebted to these writers for the benefits they enjoy, I think them not only entitled to the honour of palms and crowns, but even to be numbered among the gods.
by Marcus V. Polliokeywords: among, benefits, crowns, enjoy, entitled, even, gods, honour, indebted, individuals, numbered, only, palms, public, since, them, therefore, these, think, well , writers
When the honour is given to that scientist personally the happiness is sweet indeed. Science is, on the whole, an informal activity, a life of shirt sleeves and coffee served in beakers.
by George Porter (born in 1920) keywords: activity, coffee, given, happiness, honour, indeed, informal, life, personally, science, scientist, served, shirt, sleeves, sweet , whole
If a group of people feels that it has been humiliated and that its honour has been trampled underfoot, it will want to express its identity and this expression of an identity will take different shapes and forms.
by Abdolkarim Soroush (born in 1945) keywords: been, different, express, expression, feels, forms, group, honour, humiliated, identity, shapes, take, trampled, underfoot, want , will
A Woman is naturally more helpless than the other Sex; and a Man of Honour and Sense should have this in his View in all Manner of Commerce with her.
by Richard Steele (born in 1672) keywords: commerce, helpless, her, his, honour, man, manner, more, naturally, other, sense, sex, should, than, view , woman