“The observance of due process of law by the court was exemplary in this case,” says lawyer Minallah.
Even for Washington and Lincoln one observance day was enough.
Religion is no way of life, no show of life, no observance of any sort.
They were nearly all of the same church, and were strict in the observance of Sunday.
Impeachment as a means of compelling the observance of traditions has, of course, long been obsolete.
I say, first, there must be observance of the ruling organic law.
Laws are not abrogated by being infringed, nor does the disobedience of others make the observance of them less my duty.
Every day it is so, and there is no remissness in the observance of the custom.
The obligation of a permanent duty cannot be dissolved; but the observance of it may and ought to be vowed successively.
He may even cheat the gods of their due if he is formally correct in his observance.
early 13c., "act performed in accordance with prescribed usage," especially a religious or ceremonial one, from Old French observance, osservance "observance, discipline," or directly from Latin observantia "act of keeping customs, attention, respect, regard, reverence," from observantem (nominative observans), present participle of observare (see observe). Observance is the attending to and carrying out of a duty or rule. Observation is watching, noticing.