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Synonyms for plaudits

Synonyms for plaudits

enthusiastic approval

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While free on bail, Marshall won widespread plaudits for volunteer community work counseling youths against drugs, organizing a Clean and Sober Festival and preventing violence in the wake of the Rodney King verdicts.
5 comes at an exciting time for the Macintosh platform, with Apple's new consumer computer, iMac, gaining industry plaudits and generating huge excitement amongst Macintosh enthusiasts and corporate and individual consumers.
Born on April 21, 1958, in Gaffney, South Carolina, Andie was an archetypal Southern belle whose first jobs were working behind the counter at McDonald's and Pizza Hut, until her looks were spotted by a modelling agency leading to her appearance in a series of sexy Calvin Klein TV commercials which brought her to the attention of Hollywood, where she landed her first movie role as Jane in the Tarzan flick Greystoke, then her sensual performance in Sex, Lies And Videotape won her major plaudits and star billing, although her success came at a price as her first marriage to Paul Qualley, which produced three children, ended in divorce in 1999 after 13 years, though she is now wed to the wonderfully-named Rhett DeCamp Hartzog.
Redgrave is the 2-7 market leader, and the only other person Blue Square can envisage taking the plaudits is heptathlete Denise Lewis, whom they quote at 5-2.
Her volunteerism has earned her numerous awards and plaudits, such as being named Woman of the Year by the Women's Division of the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce in 1983.
With court-connected mediation now commonplace at both state and federal levels, Bergman and Bickerman deserve plaudits for the exploration of how these processes work in practice.
Former teammate Andrei Shevchenko used to earn most of the plaudits in their Dynamo Kiev days but Rebrov was every bit as effective and, ex-Spurs favourite David Ginola notwithstanding, the Ukrainian is the most exciting buy in the club's history.
New county Chief Administrative Officer David Janssen is earning plaudits during his first three weeks on the job.
IT'S comic book hero stuff for England captain and Manchester United star, David Beckham, as he takes the plaudits after his injury time free kick put his country in next year's World Cup Finals.
So the bookies had a narrow escape, but seeing as the awards season is upon us I am going to give myself some plaudits.
The $10 million school, with its red brick exterior and color schemes of teal, peach, burgundy and gray, drew plaudits from students and parents alike.
The farewell trip would let the US leader accept the plaudits of politicans for his role in the peace process.
ABSOLUTELY there should be plaudits for our Welsh rugby team.
NATURALLY and rightly so, Romelu Lukaku got all the plaudits following Everton's win at West Brom on Monday night.
ROYAL Navy ships received plaudits from the media for rescuing over 1,0000 asylum seekers afloat in the Mediterranean.