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Synonyms for plaudits

Synonyms for plaudits

enthusiastic approval

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But he deserves all the plaudits that came his way as a result of Monday night's performance.
Italy and Greece particularly are in need of more than plaudits in dealing with the numbers of people deposited on their territory.
They have had criticism in the past and that comes with the job and international football, but it's nice to see them get some plaudits now.
LONDON: Queens Park Rangers' new manager Harry Redknapp knows the plaudits for success this season will come if he can keep the west London club in the Premier League although it will be no easy task as he readily acknowledges.
In recent weeks the basement boys have produced some really good football and won a lot of plaudits for their performances.
Naturally, CEO Dalton Philips will take many of the plaudits for the energy and vision he has brought to the role since arriving from Canada last year.
Julian, Penzance Plaudits well deserved Mick Kinane thoroughly deserves every plaudit that he receives following his decision to retire.
The heads of operations usually get the plaudits but it is the ground crew, the site managers and their teams that make it all happen.
Sven-Goran Eriksson and Mark Hughes have recived plenty of plaudits for their work so far this season, and the respective coaches know that victory here would be a major boost to their European aspiration, Rovers are one of the few teams to beat City this campaign, winning 1-0 at Ewood Park, and the scorer that day, Benni McCarthy, will be hoping to find that net once again.
The Easter Road club have won plaudits over the past few years for their free-flowing football.
It is in that incarnation that he has enjoyed his greatest success as governor -- if by success you mean passing legislation and earning plaudits from the mainstream media and Democratic politicians.
Plaudits for this movie are hardly what one would expect to read in a Catholic publication.
Chapter two addresses Williams's relations with Native Americans, one place where he earned considerable plaudits in his lifetime, even from his critics, and where he was far ahead of his time.
But most plaudits go to Cooper, whose performance encompasses both the dark and the magnetic side of the antihero.
Sydney, Australia, Sept 15, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - Once again, Australia&s community of investor relations professionals will gather together at a black-tie evening affair on Wednesday, September 21 to learn who has earned the most plaudits from the investment community.