The last shout of applause
which hailed Fleetwood's victory rang out as they lifted him from the ground to carry him to the pavilion.
But no sooner had the knights resumed their station, than the clamour of applause was hushed into a silence, so deep and so dead, that it seemed the multitude were afraid even to breathe.
The fifth of their number alone tarried in the lists long enough to be greeted by the applauses of the spectators, amongst whom he retreated, to the aggravation, doubtless, of his companions' mortification.
With white armor, blazoned shield, and plume of ostrich-feathers from his helmet, he carried himself in so jaunty and joyous a fashion, with tossing pennon and curveting charger, that a shout of applause ran the full circle of the arena.
A roar of applause from the English soldiers, with an ominous silence from the vast crowd who pressed round the barriers, announced that the balance of victory lay with the holders.
With Vista's backing, Applause
said it will accelerate its market leadership for digital testing, user feedback and market insights offerings.
23 August 2017 - US-based digital experience quality specialist Applause
has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by US-based investment firm Vista Equity Partners, the company said.
As part of the alliance relationship, Accenture Ventures also made a minority investment in Applause
Admittedly favoured by bagging the far rail, Global Applause
made all the running to win by a length and a quarter.
Gavin's dad, David, said: "We were at the match and it was so moving when the round of applause
came in the 23rd minute - a reference to Gavin's age.
During the applause
his daughter Emily, aged 16, held aloft a placard in memory of her dad which said "RIP Daddy My Holte Ender In The Sky.
Villa fans plan to offer up a minute's applause
in the 21st minute of the home game against Southampton as a tribute to the 21 people who were killed in the Birmingham pub bombings and to the hundreds of others who were injured.
Before getting into those questions, it is worth explaining that Applause
was started as a service to companies that build applications.
is what you do at the end of a nativity play or when someone drives the ball over the long-off boundary rope.
Lead author Dr Richard Mann, from the University of Uppsala, told the BBC that a person can get different applause
length - even if the quality of the performance is same.