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Synonyms for good report

a person's high standing among others

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CDATA[ Israel has a good report card in the health sector in comparison with other OECD nations, as seen in data just released by the Ministry of Health.
WITH reference to your report on Alwinton Show (The Journal, October 16): it was a good report following an excellent show.
While a good report will not win any of the cities the chance to host the Games, a poor one could certainly cost them.
Mitchell Lane's biographies for elementary school students provide an excellent blend of lasting profiles and enough material to make good report fodder in 48 pages of facts.
you'll probably end up with a good report card, too
We believe that, when a good report is told, it needs to cover all sides of the story, rather [than] just the good or the bad.
Growing up as the oldest of five in Topeka, she did everything from helping her siblings learn to swim to bringing home a good report card to set the right example.
He said: 'Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, and whatsoever things are of good report, think about these things.
Most companies today understand the basics of a good report, and so produce a workmanlike product that does an adequate job.
The Clinton Administration gave Latin America a good report on its drug-fighting efforts, but serious problems persist.
Superbly filmed in black and white, Of Good Report takes us well out of our comfort zones with the boldness of an artistic and political maverick.
A TROUBLE-HIT council has been given a good report from The Auditor General for Wales - for the first time in several years.
A very good report was in the Evening Chronicle on April 17, 2003.
A playgroup in Redcar has earned a good report for the care and education it offers.
Head Elizabeth McConnell said the good report was the result of a "splendid" team of staff, pupils and parents working together.