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Avove theline

  1. 1. Avove the lineBelow the line
  2. 2. HONESTY Honesty refers to a facet of moral character and connotes positiveand virtuous attributes such as integrity, truthfulness andstraightforwardness along with the absence of lying, cheating or theft.Honesty is revered in many cultures and religions. Honesty meansbeing truthful, trustworthy, loyal, fair and sincere. Honesty also meansstraight forward conduct.
  3. 3. RESPECT Respect is a positive feeling of esteem or deference fora person or other entity (such as a nation or a religion), and alsospecific actions and conduct representative of that esteem. Respectcan be a specific feeling of regard for the actual qualities of the onerespected.
  4. 4. DISHONEST Dishonesty is to act without honesty. It is used to describe a lackof probity, cheating, lying or being deliberately deceptive or a lack inintegrity, knavishness, perfidiosity, corruption or treacherousness.Dishonesty is the fundamental component of a majority of offencesrelating to the acquisition, conversion and disposal of property(tangible or intangible) defined in criminal law such as fraud.
  5. 5. FAIR Fair use is a legal concept that allows the reproduction ofcopyrighted material for certain purposes without obtainingpermission and without paying a fee or royalty. Purposes permittingthe application of fair use generally include review, news reporting,teaching, or scholarly research. The idea of fair use originally arosefor written works.
  6. 6. RESPECTFUL It can also be conduct in accord with a specific ethic ofrespect. Rude conduct is usually considered to indicate a lack ofrespect, disrespect, where as actions that honor somebody or somethingindicate respect. Respect should not be confused with tolerance, since tolerancedoesnt necessarily imply subordination to ones qualities but means treating asequal and the antonym and opposite of respect is disrespect.
  7. 7. UNFAIRThe negative form of theadjective fair
  8. 8. DISALOYALFailing to be loyal to a person, country, orbody to which one has obligations. Of anaction, speech, or thought, Demonstrating alack of loyalty
  9. 9. INSENSITIVEShowing or feeling no concern for othersfeelings. Not sensitive to a physical sensation:"insensitive to pain".
  10. 10. DISRESPECTFUL Disrespect if someone shows disrespect, they speak or behave in away that shows lack of respect for a person, law, or custom. Nounyou showed me disrespect, and now I cant trust you.

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