Guest of honour
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A guest of honour (or honor) is a person who is honoured at a gathering. The phrase may also refer to:
- A Guest of Honor (opera), created about 1903 by American Scott Joplin
- Guest of Honour (film), 1934 British comedy directed by George King
- A Guest of Honour (novel), written in 1970 by South African Nadine Gordimer
- Guest of Honor (comics), 1993 book by Michael Zulli
- "Guest of Honor" (story), 1993 story by Robert Reed (author)
- "Guest of Honour" (Upstairs, Downstairs), an episode of the British television series
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