Honor point

(Her.) See Escutcheon.

See also: Honor

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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For the banners of war had been flung to the wind once more, and over those glistening peaks was the highway along which Honor pointed in an age when men had chosen her as their guide.
Included are seven painted vinyl figures of Jack, Aku, Ashi, The Scotsman, Monkey Man, Sir Rothchild, and Max, as well as 15 Location Tiles, 48 Support Cards, 40 Movement Cards, five Character Cards, nine VillairvAku Cards, 71 Honor Point Tokens, and four Encounter Tokens.
Teachers have publicized a list of standards that any student--even those not enrolled in the advanced classes--can master to receive an honor point on their report cards.
Question: You just stated that you take their GPA as it is as given from a high school and the high school teacher is that every college admissions person, recalculates the GPA and takes away the honor point they have received for AP courses, honor courses or IV courses.
Arena Skirmishes and Battlegrounds - More Honor Points are awarded to the winning team.
Al-Anqari said that the choice of the Kingdom as the guest of honor points to the distinguished status enjoyed by the Kingdom at Arab, Islamic, and international arenas as well as the efforts of the Government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud in support of dialogue between followers of religions, civilizations and cultures.
There was deep ambivalence among artisans about the new claims of the modern state--what the system of honor points to is the linking of pollution to punishment meted out in the name of sovereign authorities.