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a person who respects someone or something

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Mardi, les chefs de missions ont appele le gouvernement a respecter les droits constitutionnels relatifs a la "liberte de rassemblement" tels que prevus par la Constitution.
It is our firm belief that the law is no respecter of anybody.
"He's been telling us, 'I am no respecter of alliances of friends or relatives.
Il est d'autant plus important de respecter le code et de respecter autrui [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il ajoute.
Obesity is no respecter of persons or age, it targets both young and old.
One Republic's varied style of music has been described by Ryan Tedder: "We're no respecter of genre.
Le President d'Ennahdha precise que la position de son parti reflete son souci de respecter la Constitution adoptee en janvier dernier qui stipule l'organisation des elections avant la fin de l'annee en cours.
Ce peuple pour qui le temps ne signifiait pas toujours grand-chose, s'est departi de ses mauvaises habitudes et decide de respecter ce rendez-vous national !
IF you want proof that drugs are no respecter of wealth or class, you found it last week in the death of Eva Rausing, one of Britain's richest women.
The Pharisees knew that Jesus was no respecter of human rank: "We know you are not afraid of anyone, because human rank means nothing to you" (Matthew 22:16).
DETROIT CITY is clearly no respecter of statistics and those who are worried about the run of losing five-year-olds should consider his runs since the Triumph, when he has bucked long-standing trends three times.
Nature is no respecter of livelihoods or balance sheets.
Afin de respecter cet engagement, FedNor a mis sur pied route une gamme d'outils visant a aborder les principaux obstacles qu'affrontent les personnes qui choisissent de vivre et de travailler dans le Nord de l'Ontario.
A great respecter of military tradition, he has also emphasized a certain eccentricity--even greeting the men who served under him with a cheery "Hello, girls!" every morning.