honorand

honorand

(ˈɒnəˌrænd)
n
formal someone who is being honoured, esp someone receiving an honorary degree from a university
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Hermingildo Valle of the Department of Healths Office of the Field Implementation Management, who was the Guest of Honorand Speaker during the program, said CVMC has passed the image of a dirty old image hospital to a new and energetic hospital ready to serve the people.
The Irish Church, another favorite topic of the honorand, also features prominently in a number of articles.
The honorand of this Festschrift, Werner Arnold, is justly lauded as a pioneer in several fields.
Sure, money makes us feel happy but its the way we were treated for the first time with respect and honorand how it elevated our status in the eyes of family and community members.
Many of the contributors to the Festschrift make direct reference to the honorand, and it is clear that Massip has a wide circle of friends who hold her in great affection.
In the Laudatio, the language used to describe the female honorand was normally reserved for male subjects, (53) but the use of such terms when applied to women was not always negative.
Scholarly Festschrifts dedicated to a specific scholar usually mark the coronation of the achievements of a lifelong career, and express the esteem and consideration in which the honorand is held by their peers; in the present case, the unquestionable importance and the extremely high quality of J.
Dr Linda Fowler-Magerl, the honorand of this volume, has reinvigorated the study of pre-Gratian medieval canon law in a manner similar to Anders Winroth's path-breaking findings on the authorship of the Decretum of 'Gratian'.
122), he addresses Caesar directly while pointedly avoiding 'Augustus', even though as the honorand he is invoked as one bearing a name equivalent to Jupiter: pater .
48)) It must be said that Bryce, an arithmetic teacher at a minor commercial college, seems like an improbable honorand.
The volume is complemented by a list of illustrations and of appended color plates; a list of contributors; the editor's substantial and very informative Introduction, which amounts to an intellectual biography of the honorand and informed critique of a life's work (always with an eye to topics that receive further study in the present volume); a bibliography of the works of John Najemy, 1977-2007; and a thorough index.
It will thus appeal differently to readers engaged in aspects of the many and various disciplines which the honorand has made his own.