dishonour


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lacking honor or integrity

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bring shame or dishonor upon

force (someone) to have sex against their will

refuse to accept

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Medals of Dishonour reframes medals in the permanent collection of the British Museum through presenting newly commissioned medals commemorating moments of particular cultural dishonor by thirteen internationally recognized contemporary artists.
Basic and concession account penalties Periodic Direct Overdrawn Cheque payment debit account dishonour dishonour dishonour ($) (outward) Bank (in ($) ($) ($) alphabetical order) ANZ 10 10 10 10 Commonwealth 35 35 30 (A) 35 National 0 0 0 0 Australia Bank St George 8 8 8 8 Westpac 10 10 10 10 Deposited Stop Credit Credit cheque cheque card late card dishonour ($) * payment over Bank (in ($) ($) limit ($) alphabetical order) ANZ 0 15 10 10 Commonwealth 0 15 25 25 National 0 5-8 30 25 Australia Bank St George 0 8 / 15 (B) 35 30 Westpac 0 12 35 35 Source: the banks, September 2007.
Death or Dishonour tells the story of the Gloucestershire regiment's heroic stand at the Battle of the Injin river during the Korean War 50 years ago.
Relatives as well as neighbours and her fat her's friend only expressed concern about the moral damage and dishonour the matter could cause.
Another was wrestling with what she saw as a Biblical command not to dishonour those who have suffered by forgetting the pains inflicted upon them.
He wrote that "[Flags] are employed to honour and dishonour, warn and encourage, threaten and promise, exalt and condemn, commemorate and deny.
CHRIS FROOME gave his Tour de France doubters a smack in the kisser last night, insisting: "I will never dishonour the Yellow Jersey.
The pervert, from Edinburgh, bargained on the kid keeping quiet so as not to bring dishonour on her family - but he was wrong.
The penalty is to be implemented on those who desecrate the flag and/or dishonour the national anthem in public, as per Article 172 of the Egyptian Penal Code.
However, because it is culturally projected in the minds and attitudes of the leaders, they attempted to dishonour implementation of the CPA, despite its reality that had never existed in the history of modern nation-state; the legalization and existence of three distinctive armies with different doctrines in one country.
He said he and President Asif Zardari had to face imprisonment but they never did any dishonour to the courts.
In the same way if you dishonour somebody then it is a kind of violence.
Plus, I didn't dishonour her or breach her modesty," M.
Enoch Powell was an honourable man who was dishonoured by his party and if there is any justice left in the world, let today's leaders address that dishonour and allow his family one small token of the respect by putting up a plaque in his name.
And the Cardiff West AM insisted that he would 'never dishonour the dead or wounded'.