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Synonyms for commendable

Synonyms for commendable

worthy of high praise

in an admirable manner

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He made special note for Army Medical Corps's commendable contributions in national emergency situations including disasters as well as humanitarian campaigns.
A Commendable rating reflects the strengths of both Managed Health Services and Absolute Total Care, including collaboration and teamwork, commitment to comprehensive member care, strong innovative outreach to members, and the continual and ongoing monitoring of the quality processes, all of which support our goal to deliver high quality healthcare to our members.
Efforts of the minister to stress and give importance to meeting the global need is highly appreciated and commendable.
He further indicated that the number of students has increased by 80% compared to last year, and said that 12 school points are rendering commendable service in the program to eradicate illiteracy.
However, it would be even more commendable to the electorate and residents in Cheylesmore if Coun Sehmi showed at least the same level of enthusiasm for issues a little closer to home.
A large literature exists on this question, and recent years have seen commendable efforts on the part of Jews to acknowledge that Judaism is not the faith of the Tanak (i.
If the Supreme Court decision helps present and future firms, that is commendable, but the AICPA's failure to speak out when it might have really made a difference to Andersen and its personnel is deplorable.
Tancredo, like most politicians, has a lot to answer for (such as his puzzling support for the Iranian Mujahaddin al-Kalq, a Marxist terrorist group), his stance on immigration reform and border control has been sound and commendable.
The authors do a commendable job of pulling together these different pursuits to illustrate how improving technology is making people safer.
Concerning your editorial, "Embracing Scrutiny," in the October issue of EHP [Environ Health Perspect 112:A788 (2004)], the need for full disclosure of all potential conflicts of interest by all coauthors contributing to a publication in EHP is commendable and obviously needed.
This is commendable and a wonderful opportunity for students to recognize and appreciate good visual art.
As a gesture, it was commendable - but it would have been more commendable if it had been done somewhere more people noticed.
This entertaining novel noir is a commendable attempt by an artist working outside his traditional medium.
This book is commendable for it being daring and Dantean in the truest sense of the word.
I think it's commendable that they're doing an episode to promote AIDS and HIV awareness," says a former Trek producer.