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Doing The Honors ( be the one to do the ceremonial thing ... )

"Doing The Honors"

"Doing the honors" is being the one to do the special thing at the ceremony.

Example: "Who cuts the turkey at Thanksgiving dinner at your house?" Reply: "My father does the honors."

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