Still, at his 80th birthday celebration last year, as many rightist settlers came and spoke in tribute as liberal theologians.
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The tribute cannily summed up the trend of the night: strong women rule.
They instead announced a tribute to the two fallen officers.
You dwell on the fear and then, in a tribute to the safety of the couch, move to sadness.
It was a tribute of respect to one who had been so long the pride of607 Boston.
He then reproached M. Luth for not having paid any tribute of respect to the remains of the dead.
They are not hard masters, they govern very mildly; only they require a sum of money to be sent every year to Pekin, as tribute.
The Shawnee was paying a tribute to him, and he could not keep from hearing it.
It must have been after Ht overcame Ttr that he started his kinsman Parbat to me with tribute and an accoutred horse.
mid-14c., "tax paid to a ruler or master for security or protection," from Latin tributum "tribute," literally "a thing contributed or paid," noun use of tributus, neuter past participle of tribuere "to pay, assign, grant," also "allot among the tribes or to a tribe," from tribus (see tribe). Sense of "offering, gift, token" is first recorded 1580s.
a tax imposed by a king on his subjects (2 Sam. 20:24; 1 Kings 4:6; Rom. 13:6). In Matt. 17:24-27 the word denotes the temple rate (the "didrachma," the "half-shekel," as rendered by the R.V.) which was required to be paid for the support of the temple by every Jew above twenty years of age (Ex. 30:12; 2 Kings 12:4; 2 Chr. 24:6, 9). It was not a civil but a religious tax. In Matt. 22:17, Mark 12:14, Luke 20:22, the word may be interpreted as denoting the capitation tax which the Romans imposed on the Jewish people. It may, however, be legitimately regarded as denoting any tax whatever imposed by a foreign power on the people of Israel. The "tribute money" shown to our Lord (Matt. 22:19) was the denarius, bearing Caesar's superscription. It was the tax paid by every Jew to the Romans. (See PENNY.)