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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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"We will seek an explanation from Shashi Tharoor for praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Praising a child's ability implies that the specific behavior that is commented on stems from stable traits related to one's ability, such as smartness.
The purpose of the initial training phase was to provide information about praise and the benefits of using praise in order to determine whether teaching teachers about praise might be intervention enough to result in changes in teachers' praising behavior.
The role of imbongi goes far beyond entertaining and praising kings, chiefs, heroes, and other Xhosa notables.
Praising your child for trying something new, or for making an improvement, will motivate them to continue even when something is difficult to master.
Therefore, many of odes in the first Arabic literature period start with a Sonnet introduction and talks about migration to a friend and praising.
Praising talent rather than effort could inhibit a student's mind-set toward accepting new challenges.
Q I read in the newspaper a few days ago that praising children can do more harm than good.
MIRANSHAH -- Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan warned country's media to stop praising Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar, who retired this month after a glittering 24-year career.
Praising little ones for their efforts - rather than for being who they are - helped make them problem-solvers who think success results from hard work five years later, researchers at the University of Chicago and Stanford University said in the journal That means a parent might say, "You worked really hard", rather than saying, "You are such a smart girl." The messages, the researchers said, have different effects - and they influence the way children view the potential for change when they grow older.
am i the only reader who is now tired of reading letters from the gresham labour councillor sajaad khan, who is constantly praising high ranking council officials, who i may add, are paid handsomely for their job?
Hold your pup in a sitting position a few seconds while praising him.