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  • v  praise excessively

  • Worse, del Rio occasionally slips into heated leftist polemic and embarrassing overpraise of his hero.
  • From foolishly dismissing Russian science before the Sputnik many have come to overpraise it.
  • And the (less powerful, but detectable) tendency on the left to overpraise Obama above and beyond what he's done is in the same category.
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  • Charlie Crist in Sun-Sentinel.com
    I don't want to overpraise or overcriticize any plan,Crist said Wednesday. "My job is to set out an overarching theme. We need significant tax relief, and we need it now."
  • Michael Kinsley in Kaiser network.org
    In addition, although "ordinarily it is not possible to overuse the word 'American' or to overpraise this great country and its magnificent people ...... the Democrats may have found a way in promising a health care system that is 'uniquely...

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