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Giving oneself recognition or the desire for recognition.

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Miniature Disasters began with a rousing slow handclap and current single Other Side Of The World, the singer's ode to long- distance relationships being 'pants', as she put it, went down a storm.
"Before the end of last night's match a section of the crowd were giving England the slow handclap and calling 'Wake up, England!'" Hindsight, eh?
And while the crowd took part in the Icelandic slow handclap in the South London chill, there was no freezing on the big stage from this England team.
More reset scrums resulted in a slow handclap from the small Liberty Stadium crowd.
The meal begins with the Selkirk Grace, then a piper leads the chef, carrying the haggis to the top table, while the guests accompany them with a slow handclap.
Then, at the start of the second, as the fighters stalked each other slowly around the ring, a slow handclap started up.
Running to 108 mins, Love Happens begins to feel so much in danger of lasting for three hours that an unintentionally slow handclap will have some cinemagoers joining in.
He will never live down his decision to allow the Prime Minister to appear before the Women's Institute before the last election, only to be given a slow handclap.
The Government and the unions now appear to be on a collision course after the speech, which had to be halted twice as union leaders tried to stop chanting, jeering and a slow handclap.
It was only 18 minutes before the first slow handclap was ringing round St Helen's, probably both in recognition of the pedantic refereeing and low standard of rugby.
"I will send a postal order worth PS2.50 to anyone who attends a Wimbledon match and doesn't slow handclap the challenge of a line call"- Actor Hugh Laurie.