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with (all due) respect

A phrase used to politely disagree with someone. With all due respect, sir, I think we could look at this situation differently. With respect, I just don't see it that way.
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with (all due) reˈspect

(formal) used before disagreeing with somebody in order to seem polite: With all due respect, Mr Jones, I cannot agree with you.
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From a practical standpoint, the beneficiaries' ability to remove trustees is often their sole leverage in assuring that adequate or quality service is provided with respect to the trust.
This result is the correct result with respect to the T stock.
Consistently, in its assessing guidelines,(52) the former Information Circular 87-2, and its more recent guidelines and practices with respect to APA,(53) Revenue Canada has required that Canadian taxpayers analyze, explain, and document their pricing practices in ways that are more or less the same as are anticipated in more specific and contemporary terms by the restated legislative requirements.
TEI questions whether much of the additional information with respect to controlled foreign affiliates is relevant.
With respect to the level of documentation required to substantiate the credit, the plan also states (at page 4):
Thus, provided the company is not a financial institution, input tax credits are available with respect to the costs incurred in raising the requisite capital for expansion to the extent that the expanded operations constitute, or are part of, a commercial activity.
4) The taxpayer must not deduct any payroll taxes with respect to any employee whose pay could exceed the wage caps at the time the accrued wages are paid (i.e., within the 2.5 months after the year-end).
Despite these repeated losses, the IRS continues to mandate that the telecommunications carriers collect the Communications Excise Tax from taxpayers with respect to services the per-call charges for which do not vary based on distance (the telecommunications carriers are collection agents for the IRS with respect to the tax).
The main emphasis of the book, of course, is getting people to treat you with respect, which, naturally, must first come from within yourself.
The data suggest statistically significant differences between the distribution of males who receive free or reduced lunch, males who receive no lunch discount, females who receive free or reduced lunch and females who receive no lunch discount with respect to qualities most admired (as the Chi-square statistic (3) equaled 18.438, yielding a p value of less than .001), qualities most respected (as the Chi-square statistic (3) equaled 16.145, yielding a p value of less than .01) and qualities most emulated (as the Chi-square statistic (3) equaled 8.876, yielding a p value of less than .05).
A well educated child in this context has been raised properly and is one who interacts and relates to others (especially adults) with respect and dignity (Brice, 2002; Zuniga, 2004).
* Internal focus with respect to external orientation
RESOLVED: That the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board, with respect to its statements of federal accounting standards and concepts adopted and issued in March of 1993 and subsequently; in accordance with its rules of procedure, the memorandum of understanding and public notice designating the FASAB's standards and concepts as having substantial authoritative support, be, and hereby is, designated by the Council of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants as the body to establish financial accounting principles for federal governmental entities pursuant to rule 203.
"Respect, starting with respect for yourself, implies the freedom of choice that we have as human beings and with it, the responsibility of assuming consequences for our actions," said Victor Sanchez, senior vice president and general director of BearingPoint Mexico.