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Englisch - Türkisch
Honey (tatlım) ifadesinin kısa söylenişi
{k} Honorable
{k} honorably, honorary
parmaklar / gerçek
Rt Hon
{k} the Right Honorable
Türkisch - Türkisch
Buğday biçmeye başlarken ara verinceye kadar, önceden belirlenen bitirilmesi gereken alan
Ekin biçerken sıralanan işçi takımı
Englisch - Englisch
Honey, sweetheart
Short for 'honey' (a term of endearment)
Hon. is an abbreviation for honourable and honorary when they are used as part of a person's title. a short form of honey, used to address someone you love (honey)
Riches"; one of CD, iv 17ff 's "Three Nets of Belial"; in CD, vi 14ff and viii 4ff (including "fomication" imagery), directed against the Establishment-probably Herodian; in 1QpHab, viii 10ff and ix4ff related to the "gathering"/"robbing the Poor"/"profiteering from the Gentiles" activities of "the Last Priests/Wicked Priest"
Hazardous Organic NESHAP (see NESHAP below)
a) Point (see Ippon); ultimate score awarded in a contest b) Standard Basic c) Number suffix for counting long cylindrical objects, therefore Ippon Seoi-nage = One Arm Shoulder Throw

An honorable death is better than a shameful life. - An honourable death is better than a shameful life.

{s} deserving of respect and admiration; trustworthy, reliable, upright
{i} serving to honor; given as an honor without the usual requirements or obligations (as of a degree); holding a title or position given as honor; dependent upon one's honor (as of an obligation)
Rt Hon
Right Honourable (in the titles of Members of Parliament)
In Britain, Hons is an abbreviation for Honours, used after the names of some university degrees, mainly first degrees. Kevin P Kearns, BA , University of Liverpool
Pierre-Paul Prud'hon
born April 4, 1758, Cluny, France died Feb. 16, 1823, Paris French painter. During his years in Rome (1784-88), the works of Correggio inspired him to introduce a softer effect into French painting, then dominated by the austere style of Jacques-Louis David. He made drawings for engravers before he came to the attention of Napoleon. His portrait of the empress Joséphine (1805) exhibits the seductive and mysterious quality with which he invested his portraits of women. He achieved fame and received the Legion of Honor for his allegorical Crime Pursued by Divine Vengeance and Justice (1808). His elegant style served as a bridge from late 18th-century Neoclassicism to 19th-century Romanticism
Rt Hon
Rt Hon. is used in Britain as part of the formal title of some members of the Privy Council and some judges. Rt Hon. is an abbreviation for `Right Honourable'. the Rt Hon. Tony Blair. the written abbreviation of Right Honourable
Rt. Hon
Right Honorable

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    /ˈhän/ /ˈhɑːn/


    [ 'h&n ] (noun.) circa 1906. Shortened from honey.

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