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ovation

History a victory procession less glorious than a triumph awarded to a Roman general
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During the guild's March quilt show, held at Blackstone Valley Tech, guild members made and embellished flip-flops to be sold to raise money for Ovations.
Beth Agnew, Sweet Ovations marketing director, said that her company was very pleased with the addition of Golden West Fruit.
None of that, of course, has anything to do with the airframe and Ovations appearing on the used market likely will have all those kinks worked out.
ANAHEIM - One day after being caught ``off guard'' by the two standing ovations he received, former Angels infielder Scott Spiezio still was smiling.
PHILADELPHIA -- Sweet Ovations, one of the nation's leading suppliers of fruit and non-fruit preparations to the refrigerated dairy, frozen dessert, bakery, beverage and foodservice markets, today announced its acquisition of the assets and operations of Golden West Fruit Company, a fruit preparation manufacturer with a legacy that spans more than 80 years.
Ovations for the Cure celebrated a successful event Monday, August 4th at the Driving for a Cure Tournament, presented by SBLI at the Weston Golf Club in Weston, MA.
The Ovations, produced by the Theatre League Alliance of Los Angeles (Theatre LA), are the largest peer-determined stage awards in the United States.
Between 140 and 150 of the 200 members of the Theatre League Alliance of Los Angeles (Theatre LA) nominate voting representatives for the Ovations.
I've gotten decent ovations, but never a standing one.
production of Disney's ``The Lion King'' was not eligible for the Ovations this year.
It's important for Florida Medicare beneficiaries to see what's new for 2007, because there are plans available with lower costs and more comprehensive coverage," said Tom Paul, chief pharmacy officer for Ovations, the UnitedHealth Group business dedicated to serving the health and well-being of people age 50 and older.