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hon.

1. honor.
2. honorable.
3. honorably.
4. honorary.
Translations

hon

[hʌn] N (US) =honeycariño
hi, hon!¡hola, cariño!

hon

(US inf) abbr of honey; hi, hon!hallo, Schatz!
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Paul Honen, global industry manager for Graphic Arts with DSM adds that the combination of look and feel afforded by soft-touch coatings provides added value because they impart distinctive and appealing visual and tactile properties that set products apart in the eyes of consumers.
Prompted by a vision, he becomes a disciple of Honen and eventually comes to advocate salvation through grace.
The Honen Matsuri, or Harvest Festival, celebrates fertility in all its forms--including human pregnancy.
Honen basically held the view, widely accepted during the Kamakura period, that people can no longer attain Buddhahood because the world has entered into a degenerate period called "the Latter Day of the Dharma" (mappo).
It is said that this is the reason why Honen [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1133-1212), who was a founder of the Japanese Pure Land School called Jodoshu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and was admired as an unparalleled learned priest called himself "Foolish, stupid Honen" with his profound heart given he felt ashamed of one's sins.
Pure Land Buddhism as an identifiable school in Japan was launched by Honen [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1133-1212), whose teachings on the simple practice of Nembutsu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], the invocation of Amida, and the reward of rebirth in the Pure Land were easily accessible to a wide range of believers.
Schleifen, Honen, happen, Springer, ISBN 3-5406-2349-3, Germany
Soto Zen Master Dogen (1200-1243), Rinzai Zen Master Eisai (1141-1215), Pure Land Patriarch Honen (1133-1212), True Pure Land Founder Shinran (1173-1263), and the charismatic Nichiren (1222-1282) all began their careers training at Enryakuji temple, the Tendai headquarters on Mt.
Fitzgerald edits Honen The Buddhist Saint: Essential Writings And Official Biography (19-33316136, $19.