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praise

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to express warm approval of

to honor (a deity) in religious worship

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praise, glorify, or honor

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Arno Sanidad of the Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) said a search was done into the Laud quarry in 2009, but the owner, identified as one Bienvenido Laud, questioned the issuance of an arrest warrant.
Seventeen years have elapsed since carcinogenic tobacco smoke brought about the last gasp of Laud Humphreys, and it's been 35 years since his groundbreaking socio-psychological study The Tearoom Trade: Impersonal Sex in Public Places (1970) was published.
School council members visited the Norman Laud Centre earlier this year to learn more about the charity's work.
Last year we raised money for Norman Laud and Arthritis Care because their work is both incredible and vital.
After 65 minutes Emley looked buried when Northern struck again, heading in from a yard, but five minutes later they were awarded a penalty when Prasher was brought down, Laud doing the honours and then, with 15 minutes to go, Prasher scored himself, pouncing in the area.
Norman Laud Association fundraising and marketing manager, Alison Johnson, said: "The room promotes sensory awareness, concentration levels, fun, recreation and relaxation.
Following the retirement of partners Philip Laud and Jonathan Grice at Laud Grice & Co, Cognitor has taken over the Kidderminster firm, which it said would broaden its client base.
AFC Emley: Green, Robinson, Wallace, Pinnock, Hazelden, Taylor, Washington, James (Bucknall 88), Laud (Manousios 81), Quinn, Brown (Day 84).
Personal piety and recognition of the role of emotion in religion were characteristic of their earlier lives, but after about 1630 they began reacting to the orders of William Laud, the high-churchman who became Archbishop of Canterbury in 1633.
Alison Johnson, Norman Laud Association fundraising and marketing manager, said: "The room promotes sensory awareness, concentration levels, fun, recreation and relaxation.
Wayne James went close on six minutes, hitting a post from an acute angle while Allan Laud and King had efforts saved by the visiting keeper who managed to keep a clean sheet up to the break.
Children at the Acorns Hospice and the Norman Laud Centre received a visit from Barclays staff taking with them gifts of toys, DVDs, books and a donation of pounds 300 to each charity.
Money raised at this year's event will be donated to the Norman Laud Association, which provides a range of day and respite care services for children and adults with special needs.
Allan laud struck a brace for AFC Emley but he could not prevent his side slipping to a 4-2 Northern Counties East League Division I defeat at high-flying Winterton Rangers.
Yesterday, we walked out into the Churchyard and around the church carrying the palm crosses and singing the traditional Palm Sunday hymn, 'All glory, laud and honour to thee, Redeemer King.