The CEO received accolades for business success.
It was the biggest accolade in the industry.
The New York awards are the media industry's highest accolade.
Surely he now has earned the accolade "master."
Despite having won this industry accolade, I have absolutely no intention of resting on my laurels.
The company walked off with the coveted accolades at the SC Magazine awards 2013 Europe.
The play received accolades from critics and audiences alike.
Accolades were bestowed upon a 50s rock compilation.
The win follows her success at Venice and LA, where critics also bestowed Best Actress accolades upon her.
I will then identify the ways we can tell whether or not a school deserves the accolade of being a good school.
The cardiology team at Ealing Hospital has been awarded the prestigious accolade of Cardiology Team of the Year 2013 by Hospital Doctor Magazine.
Mrs. Emma Rees won the accolade last July, followed by Mrs. Janet Flynn in December.
Ricky Gervais has broken his award-winning streak, failing to scoop a top accolade for his radio show.
That dubious accolade goes to the nearby city of Durham.
This course has also received numerous accolades from Golf Week's 100 Greatest Modern Courses.
These 10 songs find U2 hungry for honest expression and sonic experimentation, producing / engineering accolades going to Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois.
In both of them the essential portion seems Modes of to have been the accolade or stroke of the sword.
Conferring But while in the one the accolade constituted the Knighthood.
Everywhere else dubbing or the accolade seems to have become obsolete, and no other species of knighthood, if knighthood it can be called, is known except that which is dependent on admission to some particular order.
The " accolade " may etymologically refer to the embrace, accompanied by a blow with the hand, characteristic of the longer form of knighting.