Dishonor

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Dishonor

A refusal to pay.

Dishonor

To refuse payment on a check, receipt, or some other document demanding payment. One usually dishonors a document if there is something irregular about it, such as a check drawn with insufficient funds. See also: Honor.
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But like its Victorian London backdrop, Dishonored is an enormous grey area.
So in the end it comes down to how does the party in power in Congress, which has been rebuked at the ballot box, punish the president who has dishonored himself and his office?
Exceptions are any atypical transactions such as partial payments, dishonored checks or cash.
HOUSE Speaker Newt Gingrich was publicly chastised and dishonored by his peers in an unprecedented move Tuesday when the House voted almost unanimously to reprimand the Republican leader and fine him $300,000 for admitted ethics violations.
Ceballos was decertified from the New York Automobile Insurance Plan for issuing premium checks that were dishonored by the bank and for submitting deficient applications.
We are doing everything we can to insure that customers will be reimbursed for any dishonored money orders they purchased," said Comptroller Milligan.
The Scarlet Letter" was dishonored as the worst remake or sequel.
With a sequel just around the corner, it's the perfect time to revisit the superb first person stealth-'em-up Dishonored courtesy of this Definitive Edition.
You've dishonored poetry, you'll dishonor even death!
The agreement is going well and none of the parties has dishonored the agreement", he told Sudan Tribune .
1, 15,000 cash and gave a cheque of remaining amount and when the check was sent into the bank it was dishonored.
Scottish gamers will not just recognise Edinburgh in Dishonored - they might even spot themselves.