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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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Skeletal muscle substrate utilization is altered by acute and acclamatory temperature in the American bullfrog.
The results in this study are in accordance with other reports of the Jatropha, including the acclamatory responses to heat and drought stresses and mercury phytotoxicity (Gao et al., 2010; Silva et al., 2010).
However, some acclamatory physiological changes also occur in plants under stress environment such as modification in root shoot ratio or temporary storage of reserves in stem (Rodrigues et al., 1995).
(15.) It was not just derogatory depictions of indigenous people(s) but also enthusiastic and acclamatory discourses that situated indigenous people(s) as inverted Christo-Europeans.
Lashing out at the government over praising the US for Abbottabad attack and giving acclamatory statements in this connection, Nawaz said, Who should be approached for loss worth $60 billion incurred in the anti-terror war.
Lay of the day Acclamatory 8.00 Yarmouth This three-year-old showed plenty of promise in three maidens last season, but she has not progressed since switched to handicaps and has been dropped 4lb from her opening mark after three lacklustre displays in handicap company.
Here, the author includes 100 selected "acclamatory terms" from advertising; a list of words that demonstrate eponymous acclaim (such as "Dickensian" or "Jordanesque"); some acclamatory alliterations; a list of "quick habit-breakers" to spur creative thinking, and, in a wise nod to the connected generation, "50 Ways to TXT Acclaim."