honesty


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moral or ethical strength

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southeastern European plant cultivated for its fragrant purplish flowers and round flat papery silver-white seedpods that are used for indoor decoration

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This claim, however, I desire to be allowed me only on condition that I preserve strict honesty towards my poor brethren, from whom, if ever I borrow any of that little of which they are possessed, I shall never fail to put their mark upon it, that it may be at all times ready to be restored to the right owner.
Their honesty is immaculate, and their purity of purpose, and their observance of the rites of their religion, are most uniform and remarkable.
An adventurer like Lemuel Struthers might build up the millions of his Shoe Polish on any number of shady dealings; but unblemished honesty was the noblesse oblige of old financial New York.
Every emendation of Anne's had been on the side of honesty against importance.
Talent has been developed, which, considering the circumstances, is certainly remarkable; and, for moral traits of honesty, kindness, tenderness of feeling,--for heroic efforts and self-denials, endured for the ransom of brethren and friends yet in slavery,--they have been remarkable to a degree that, considering the influence under which they were born, is surprising.
These are but few facts, among multitudes which might be adduced, to show the self-denial, energy, patience, and honesty, which the slave has exhibited in a state of freedom.
l trust the valour of the knight will be truer metal than the religion of the hermit, or the honesty of the yeoman; for this Locksley looks like a born deer-stealer, and the priest like a lusty hypocrite.''
The next morning an article appeared in a daily paper of pre-eminent honesty and truth, and talents, in the following words:--
*The strict honesty which the inhabitants of nearly all the Polynesian Islands manifest toward each other, is in striking contrast with the thieving propensities some of them evince in their intercourse with foreigners.
This town has opened an "honesty store" at the municipal hall to instill the virtue of honesty, beginning from small things, among the local government employees here.
Halifax, Canada, July 18, 2019 --(PR.com)-- In an effort to promote Nova Scotia's locally grown products and the cultural values of honesty and trust in the region, Mabata - Glocal Eatery, supported by the Saint Mary's University Entrepreneurship Centre, launched Canada's first airport honesty shop, located at the arrivals foyer of the Halifax Stanfield International Airport.
An 'honesty bar' in a boutique hotel in Spain has made Jim Duffy think about the nature of truth.
A widely publicized comment by a well-known politician that honesty is not an issue in elections because all politicians are liars, has elicited a lot of reactions, publicly and privately expressed.
GILGIT -- A police constable in Skardu set example of honesty by returning lost Rs300,000 to the owner.
Honesty is adherence to the truth and not just facts.