gentlemanship

Related to gentlemanship: Gentlemanliness

gentlemanship

(ˈdʒɛntəlmənʃɪp)
n
another name for gentlemanhood
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Galatasaray put its rivalry with Besiktas aside to wish Gunes well in a message "in the spirit of gentlemanship" and noted that it had waged a major struggle against "hooliganism and violence" in recent years.
As such scholars as Pierre Manent and Benjamin Storey have recently reminded us, Montaigne's ostensible self-portrayal indeed became a new model of gentlemanship in the following century and beyond that of the frank, unpretentious bonnets homme.
Roberto Benigni's La Vita e Bella struck me in it's protection of a young boy's innocence over war, the captivation of a Lady's heart, and the melting of boundaries through gentlemanship. Tasso's Bouzmetis Politiki Kouzina, and Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut are also on my top list.
That is why gentlemanship should be an uncompromisable gesture in this sector.
Speaking during the event, current BeE-iktaE- chairman Fikret Orman stated that they lost one of the most significant people in the club adding that he role served as an example for gentlemanship, respect and fairness for many.
In spite of both failed SJV did not withdraw his support to Dudley's Govt since he was convinced of Dudley's gentlemanship. Hence, political history, categorically establish a co-operative, positive conflict free psyche of those great Tamil Leaders.
When I entered the Naval Academy in 1949, I took dancing as part of the training in gentlemanship. Such endeavors are no longer required to fit the definition.