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In essence, cooptation signifies the acceptance and/or laudation of safe, innocuous, unquestioning and unchallenging poetry and poets, and consequently the rejection and ostracizing of poetry and rare poets who do question and challenge, risking career, publication, invitation, grants, and laureate anointment...
(56) This dedication, however, is not a merely typical example of complimentary laudation of a gentlewoman, since I will show that it contains direct references to 'the Anne Willoughby affair'.
Comparing Laudation pacis with the Requiem of Reconciliation is perhaps a little misleading.
Impatient wailing and flattering laudation of the dead is an act of ignorance.
[Secretary General's note: the laudation can be found after these minutes]
* adulation laudation (the only anagram encountered)
With the exception of a noble fragment of laudation from Wordsworth, no discriminating praise from any modern critic had stirred the ashes of her name.
Dybvig, professor of Banking and Finance at Washington University, is to give the laudation.
This year's winner of the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, Navid Kermani, expressed his objection with deeds as well as words: He has refused the invitation to hold a laudation speech in Adonis' honor on November 20 in OsnabrE-ck.
To what extent does the widespread laudation for civil society really capture the dynamics of democratization in the region?
At the same time, even as authors celebrate the queen, often furthering a sense of national identity in the process, their use of the literary device may in fact reveal more than superficial laudation.
The Hermes Award was presented by Professor Johanna Wanka, Federal Minister of Education and Research, who praised Open Core Engineering in her laudation speech as "an outstanding example of industry 4.0." She continued: "Bosch Rexroth prevailed against four other finalists and should feel confirmed in their response to the latest and probably most important industry topic of integrated industry."
"About the nearest thing to a perpetual motion," wrote a newspaper in nearby Galt, "is the wagging of a Berliner's tongue in laudation of his town." (63) Berlin was not shy about self-promotion.
Bulgarian Vice-PM and Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov offered a laudation of the resigned cabinet of PM Boyko Borisov in Thursday's plenary vote on the resignation.
Laudation looked in desperate need of the experience on his racecourse bow and an improved performance is anticipated in the Play Golf At Lingfield Marriott Maiden Stakes at Lingfield.