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law duh taw ree

  • s  full of or giving praise
    a laudatory remark

  • The home-town Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle ran a laudatory editorial ("an inspiration to the world in general"), and Tennessee's Governor Buford Ellington, who had run for office .
  • Palin, Sarah anniversary of debut on national stage of prompts a less-than-laudatory look back at father of says book is being written by, and that "she e-mails me quite .
  • Indeed, McCain was so laudatory of Sarkozy's actions and role in improving the ties between the two nations that he predicted "our relationship with France will continue improving .

  • Arlen Specter in TIME
    Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, the panel's top Republican, called the guidelines a "laudatory effort to ensure that front-line agents are given clear rules to follow in pursuit of their...
  • Mike Huckabee in Politico
    Some of the people who had excoriated me and really been very dismissive of me for views that I had taken, and labeled me anything from a populist to an ignoramus - the same people have been very defensive [of] and laudatory to Sarah Palin,...
  • William Moschella in Dallas Morning News
    In fact, we see laudatory elements in the bill including the phase out of the Wright amendment restrictions,said William Moschella, assistant attorney general. "We share the senator's concern about fixing this several decades old issue and...

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