The virtues are extolled
and elaborated on in beautiful prose and with the imaginative use of episodes in the lives of many people, rich and poor, famous and obscure.
The title of the George Piper Dances program, "Critics' Choice," was an astute, tongue-in-cheek jab at all the critics who have extolled
this energetic group's talents but have regularly commented, "Pity about the choreography.
ancient Rome because of its practical achievements.
Much of the dietary advice directed in recent years at patients with heart disease has extolled
the virtue of cutting down on fat by limiting consumption of meat and eating more vegetables.
Why not open up and play the extolled
open, attacking soccer?
Converted to Roman Catholicism at 23, he invented a vision of the Catholic Middle Ages in which disease, tyranny, torture and repression were ignored and charity, community and closeness to nature were extolled
Toni Morrison is often extolled
as black America's most consummate writer.
Wencheng's announcement and jointly extolled
the virtues of Thorium for the Chinese mining sector, which is more efficient and far less radioactive than uranium, therefore ensuring the long-term sustainability of nuclear power for China and other countries.
Altruism" of the sort extolled
by President Bush--a president squandering money earned by taxpayers, and sacrificing the lives of their sons and daughters, on behalf of foreign strangers--is a moral abomination and a crime against constitutional republicanism.
Dole, who served as majority leader in the Reagan administration, praised the former president for his ``star quality'' and extolled
the qualities of America.