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praise

Religion the extolling of a deity or the rendering of homage and gratitude to a deity
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According to one contemporary observer, such a new system required the evaluation of officials based on the counting of "the number of praiseful evaluations one receives ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII])" anonymously.
Before Hurricane Sandy, the New Jersey governor was less than praiseful of the Commander in Chief, saying he was ""clutching for the light switch of leadership.
Like Judge Voelker, Jim ends his talk with a praiseful paragraph about Hemingway in which occurs this insight: "We mustn't forget that we are dealing with that rarest bird of all--a first-rate artist.
Nor is it a narrative on the grandeur of human spaceflight praiseful of the NASA, contractor Morton Thiokol, or technocracy.
His greatest financial success was a long-delayed and intricately negotiated sale of "Dante's Dream" to the municipal council of Liverpool, whose members installed it with honors and praiseful remarks by Hall Caine.
When we study the photosynthesis process way in plants as krasolase (example, cactus) that is fit with high dry condition, we can see one of the wonderful and praiseful of plant's success opposite of hard conditions of environment.
But McCarthy is praiseful of his attitude in a season which was beset initially by injury.