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acclamation

by acclamation
a. by an overwhelming majority without a ballot
b. Canadian (of an election or electoral victory) without opposition
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IT WAS clear midway through the season that those who had paid EUR15,000 for a nomination to Acclamation this year were on the winning side of a deal.
Mobile Archbishop Oscar Lipscomb, calling it a "very valid act of faith," offered a proposal to restore the acclamation.
No bewailing there, just grovelling homage: "The people signify their willingness and joy by loud and repeated acclamations, all with one voice crying out, 'God save King Charles'.
Especially important are our acclamations that are part of this prayer: the Holy, Holy; the Memorial Acclamation; and the Great Amen.
They include provisions for musical texts; postures; the sign of peace; reception of Communion; Communion under both species, vesture of lay ministers; Masses for special intentions and the dead; acclamations in the Eucharistic Prayer; art; and environment.
The second national advertising flight will build upon these acclamations.
Authentium's Command Antivirus scan engine has received a number of acclamations including Virus Bulletin's 100 percent Award, ICSA Certification and West Coast Labs' Checkmark Anti-Virus Certification.
He was quite expensive but of all the Acclamations I've seen this year he was the lightest on his feet," said Redvers.
Captains of industry and giants of the corporate world may expect to be flattered by the acclamations of universities grateful for their bounty, and by the solicitude of those which still aspire to enjoy it.
Acclamations are coming from both customers and the media alike.
It has received numerous acclamations and awards, including being named "Most Romantic Resort in the World" by Romantic Hideaway and "One of the Ten Best Hotels in the World" by Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.