beyond all praise

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After many conjectures, Mademoiselle Roguin came to the conclusion that the Italian's silence showed a grandeur of soul beyond all praise; and the banking circle, inspired by her, formed a project to humiliate the aristocracy.
'What man,' thought Nicholas proudly, while on his way, soon afterwards, to the brothers' house, 'would not be sufficiently rewarded for any sacrifice of fortune by the possession of such a heart as Kate's, which, but that hearts weigh light, and gold and silver heavy, is beyond all praise? Frank has money, and wants no more.
Between October 27 and 29, the brave young sergeant seized German machine gun posts single-handed, rushed enemy positions and exhibited leadership "beyond all praise."
Between October 27 and 29, the young sergeant seized German machine gun posts single-handed, rushed enemy positions and exhibited leadership "beyond all praise".
This soldier's conduct was throughout of the highest order, and for gallantry beyond all praise.
The front wall incorporates the words, "beyond all praise".
Throughout this intense action at Ronssoy, Lewis displayed "a splendid disregard of danger, and his leadership at a critical period was beyond all praise".
His Victoria Cross citation read: "The courage and determination of Lt Cdr Fraser are beyond all praise."
Montgomery described the Australian's contribution as "beyond all praise", while General Alexander told the Australians that they had "added fresh lustre to your already illustrious name." It is an ignominy that the sacrifice and the magnitude of achievement of the "plain common" soldiers of Nine Div have remained unrecognised for so long in Australia.
She had a pleasing face, a humble gaze; Of grave demeanour, grave in speech as well, And modest in her dress, beyond all praise, She might have been the Angel Gabriel.
His VC citation said his "courage and determination" were "beyond all praise".
The formal citation for his medal reads: "The courage and determination of Lieut Cdr Fraser are beyond all praise. Any man not possessed of his relentless determination to achieve his objective in full, regardless of all consequences, would have dropped his charges alongside the target."