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Miss Temple is full of goodness; it pains her to be severe to any one, even the worst in the school: she sees my errors, and tells me of them gently; and, if I do anything worthy of praise, she gives me my meed liberally.
Their commitment to their chosen disciplines and their contribution to society as a whole is worthy of praise and recognition.
AYOZE Perez is an exciting prospect and worthy of praise.
4 million Syrian refugees, saying Amman's humanitarian efforts are worthy of praise.
While the result is worthy of praise, it was not the only talking point at the Riverside, where before the match the 30,000-plus crowd came together in a united appeal to "Save Our Steel".
They added that the way Barrister Ali Zafar had continued to present arguments for six hours straight was worthy of praise.
Their work on behalf of the underprivileged and underserved is extremely important, vital and worthy of praise and recognition.
Kelly said: "Clinton has struggled with self-confidence and he's still learning to accept that he is worthy of praise for what he does.
KUWAIT, March 17 (KUNA) -- The efforts carried out by Kuwaiti Non-Governmental Organizations in the field of aiding people with special needs are well documented and worthy of praise, said Minister of Social Affairs and Minister of State for Planning and Development Hind Al-Subieh here Tuesday.
It is true that Russian actions in Ukraine are not worthy of praise but we need to carefully analyze the entire situation.
Liverpool is blessed with more than its fair share of landmark buildings, but which ones do you think are worthy of praise - and which ones deserve to be despised?
From the data we gathered, we can safely assume that something is wrong," said the Federbet official, adding that the 34-year-old refis worthy of praise for having the courage to step forward.