Shall do a courtesy to our wrath] _To do a courtesy_ is to gratify, to comply with.
Latin courtesy is a highly refined art, of which exaggeration is a part.
It appears this "sub-horizonal" outrage will be allowed to stand without explanation, so, to help JMA's readership understand "sub-horizonal" here's some occurrences of the term courtesy of Google; chevron folds which have been overturned towards the south by subsequent sub-horizonal simple shear intensely folded with the sheet dip typically sub-horizonal or inclined gently
I learned the term courtesy of Fred Rogers not long after I'd learned to speak, and the concept of finding deep, lasting truth in imagination has since become a guiding principle in my life.
So Bound for Glory climaxed with Sting winning the title courtesy of an assist from Kevin Nash.
He explained that the word curtsey comes from the word "courtesy."
If I wouldn't recognise your name -- which might simply be an online handle -- it doesn't matter; point is, at least then you'd be distinguishable from the sort of trolling cretins whose "hit-and-run" posts are precisely the reason this courtesy is a convention in the blogosphere.