Plaudits sentence example

plaudits
  • As he entered the city and went on foot to the Capitol the plaudits of the people were unmistakably genuine.
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  • He was crowned with laurel in his box, amid the plaudits of the audience, and did not seem to be the worse for it.
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  • Does the book deserve such plaudits as additional guides and set text adoption?
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  • Alastair has received many plaudits in the last 10 days for his batting performances.
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  • It's a real art form, as evidenced by the plaudits laid at the feet of North American mavericks like Cronenberg.
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  • Jamie Oliver deserves some plaudits for using his celebrity status to good effect.. .
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  • The LTSN has worked hard to earn these plaudits.
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  • Heart of Mersey has attracted plaudits from the health sector for its excellent work in raising awareness of coronary disease prevention.
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  • Writer/director Mark Steven Johnson must gain great plaudits for giving Affleck the quality of material with which to work.
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  • Official match sponsors Northern Care awarded their man of the match plaudits to Adie Orr.
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  • It has won numerous plaudits over the years including Best farmhouse Caerffili at the Royal Welsh Show a record number of times.
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  • The Choir's latest CD release, of music by Thomas Tallis, has won many plaudits in the music press.
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  • Amanda Peet, beside from being extremely beautiful, is also a good actress that deserves more plaudits than she actually gets.
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  • Although praise for the film is perhaps slightly overplayed, she deserves all the individual plaudits coming her way.
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  • Despite winning critical plaudits, Jerry Springer has, in some respects, become his cross to bear.
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  • There, in the month of April, Petrarch assumed the poet's crown upon the Capitol from the hand of the Roman senator amid the plaudits of the people and the patricians.
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