Respection


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Re`spec´tion


n.1.The act of respecting; respect; regard.
Without difference or respection of persons.
- Tyndale.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Now, Mum, with respections to this boy!" And then he would rumple my hair the wrong way - which from my earliest remembrance, as already hinted, I have in my soul denied the right of any fellow-creature to do - and would hold me before him by the sleeve: a spectacle of imbecility only to be equalled by himself.
Doing the evaluation with respection of length contraction as well as refractive index effects leads indeed to a non-null result.
In April 1995, Nowsco did a field respection and initiated technical discussions with PSE&G regarding the history and mechanics of the pipeline.
Il a indique que [beaucoup moins que] si le gouvernement veut que nous respections ce prix de 8,50 DA fixe en 1996, il faudrait aussi que les prix des matieres premieres ainsi que le SNMG redescendent a ce qu'ils etaient en 1996 [beaucoup plus grand que].
+Nous le respections et nous le soutenons tous+, a dit la puissante chef du parti a propos de M.