Behind them were adulating
publics, who had made Patton and Montgomery into symbols of their respective nation's military prowess.
Far from being sniffy, it transpired that Wagner was actually adulating
the rags to riches success of Ms Cole.
An encore of undoubtedly the best song of the night, Fascination, included an extended intro which saw a frenzied Anders perched on top of speakers bellowing to the adulating
Moreover, by adulating
the relationship of the protagonist to nature as an often implicit rejection of cities such as Rome, Sparta, Troy or Babylon, and by focusing the narrative on the pains and stoic endurance of their heroes, these films rely on their body's death to construct a discourse which is apologetic of a transcendental and permanent masculinity.
In disparaging terms, Jill Carrick described the impetus for this nostalgia, The Dinner Party, as "a living relic of 1970s feminist culture, exhumed and placed on show before the gaze of adulating
crowds" (Carrick 1988: 88).
Frank was the only academic at a public Lenin seminar to take on colleagues such as Lloyd Churchward who were adulating
Stalin's totalitarian predecessor.
While he was never the adulating
admirer of John Muir that many of his fellow members were, as an active member Adams could not have escaped exposure to the principles of preservation expounded by that great prophet of wilderness.
It makes sense, then, that Byron, adulating
the people in one stanza, insists that he does not "adulate the people" a few stanzas later, explaining that he wishes "men to be free / As much from mobs and kings--from you as me.
Do we exclude isotonic drinks like Gatorade (now in India and adulating
soccer legend Mia Hamm) and Powerade[R] and basketball teen pre-legend LeBron James' self-designed FLAVA23?