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encomium

a formal expression of praise; eulogy; panegyric
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To us, that's what Encomia brings to the table and why this acquisition made perfect sense.
If one examines other specimens of Homeric encomia or even works which are not formally encomia but contain encomiastic elements one can see the general strategies that Dio had available to him (amplification, auxesis, of the topic of praise introduced at the beginning of the speech).
The baroque quest for novelty, excessiveness, and the marvelous is clearly exemplified in Bettella's study of the many praises of the dark-haired and dark-skinned woman (with all the implications of exoticism), the encomia of aging and declining beauty, as well as the truly disconcerting, albeit witty and parodic, exaltation of lice-ridden and bodily-infested women.
Using Encomia technology, the loans are stored in the electronic vault of Horsham, Pennsylvania-based GMAC Bank, explained David Zugheri, president of First Houston Mortgage.
According to the Suda (or Suidas) lexicon (an encyclopedic dictionary of the 10th or 11th century), Colluthus was also the author of Calydoniaca (probably an account of the Calydonian boar hunt), Persica (an account of the Persian wars), and Encomia (laudatory poems in epic verse).
But even Shorris didn't point out that the Radoshian encomia to the poet should be qualified by the fact, omitted from Valladares's memoirs, that he worked as a police officer in the Batista regime.
HOUSTON -- Encomia, a leading provider of end-to-end eLending technology, has been named among the 2009 Inc.
Mortgage document preparation provider International Document Services (IDS), an arm of The Reynolds and Reynolds Company, has announced it has bought Encomia, an established provider of electronic mortgage (eMortgage) solutions to depository and non-depository lending institutions.
Encomia, Houston, a provider of end-to-end eMortgage technology, announced it is providing electronic mortgage technology to Fremont Bank, Fremont, California, a full-service community bank with more than 20 branches.
Adducing parallels from Alberti's Momus and his visual allegory Picture, Rinaldi detects a pervasive antipathy toward Hercules, an aversion also evident in Alberti's name Leo, as well as in his encomia of the fly and his pet dog.
encomiumplural encomia Greek enkomionlaudatory ode, panegyric
HOUSTON -- Encomia, a leading provider of end-to-end eLending technology, has been named a top technology company by Bank Technology News and Mortgage Technology magazine.