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Julian, Penzance Plaudits well deserved Mick Kinane thoroughly deserves every plaudit that he receives following his decision to retire.
But Huffman is such a class act she skipped accepting the plaudit so she could kiss fellow Desperate Housewife Marcia Cross at the 2005 GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles.
It's neither plaudit nor put-down but straightforward observation to say that this exhibition had the ability to leave even the most tolerant visitor with a pounding headache.
Directed by Peter Mullan, the pic took the best film plaudit and the best actor award for Gary Lewis.
Globe Public Health reporter Andre Picard, in his plaudit of the pill's progress, felt impelled to mention that there were several serious side-effects connected to its use--this despite the lowering of estrogen levels.
Cannon received MALDEF's "Excellence in Leadership Award" in June 2002--a profoundly dubious plaudit, given that the foundation-funded radical group openly seeks to subvert our immigration laws and undermine our national borders.
But last night's plaudit - Best Actor in a Musical - was the one he wanted most because it is voted for by theatre-goers.
IT'S too early for a complete analysis of our football clubs, but one comment can be made without qualification: Michael Chopra deserves every plaudit that's going, because he is a complete professional who did not receive a chance at Newcastle.
The latest plaudit follows the naming of the hotel as Small Hotel of the Year in the region's first-ever North-East England Tourism Awards.
Kevin Keegan admits he is a big admirer of Micky Adams - and the Leicester manager repaid the plaudit with a 3-0 victory over his opposite number at Manchester City.
What we've got to get away from is all the back-slapping and the plaudits and stop believing our press.