encouragement

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When I told him that I thought that at that time scarcely anything would go father in giving hope and encouragement to the race than the fact that the President of the Nation would be willing to travel one hundred and forty miles out of his way to spend a day at a Negro institution, he seemed deeply impressed.
Soon he heard the rhythmic clack of the oars on the thole-pins, and the joy in his own yelp was duplicated by the joy in Skipper's voice, which kept up a running encouragement, broken by objurgations to the rowers.
I should lose some of the best recollections, best encouragements, and best objects, that I carry through my daily life.
In addition to the men, there is a female contender, Latvian President Vaira Vike-Freiberga, who came in third place with seven encouragements, but six discouragements and two no opinions.
Ban collected 13 encouragement votes, one discouragement and one no opinion.
While the 62-year-old garnered the most encouragement votes in all the rounds so far, the next test comes Monday when another straw poll takes place, only with differentiated ballots.
The result is a unique volume offering similar couples a compendium of practical tips and emotional/spiritual encouragements that can only come from personal experience and an intimate expertise.
She is quick to point out that Saint Joseph Ballet's mission is not "preprofessional dance training--we rarely encourage kids to pursue a performing career unless they are particularly suited for it," but there are a talented few, like Alconedo, who do receive "little suggestive encouragements.
Flor de Liz Alzate, one of Burns's most gifted alumni, received that encouragement.