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kre duh tuhb lee

  • r  to a tolerably worthy extent

  • It requires that a congressman shall conduct himself at all times in a manner which shall reflect creditably on the House of Representatives.
  • He fought creditably on three fronts in World War I, and by 1929 was a lieutenant general.
  • The last two families at least seemed particularly likely to account for themselves creditably in the future.

  • Gordon Greenidge in
    We feel that we still wish to compete creditably in England, rather than just go through what one might consider the rebuilding process,said Greenidge.
  • Geoff Miller in AFP
    Despite losing the Test series in India 1-0, we felt the team performed creditably against strong opposition,said Miller.
  • Sly Bailey in Independent
    Ms Bailey said: "Trinity Mirror has performed creditably in very difficult trading conditions. While advertising revenues were under extreme pressure we delivered full-year results ahead of market forecasts."

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