General Franks received an honorary knighthood.
We commended him for his good work.
It is more ignominious to mistrust our friends than to be deceived by them.
Do not trust such men as praise you to your face.
Beware of one who praises you to your face.
Such men as praise you to your face are apt to speak ill of you behind your back.
He got angry because his honor was at stake.
I would rather be killed than live in disgrace.
Poverty is a pain, but no disgrace.
There is no disgrace in being poor.
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