highly thought of

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It was not highly thought of by those who wished me well.
Marner was highly thought of in that little hidden world, known to itself as the church assembling in Lantern Yard; he was believed to be a young man of exemplary life and ardent faith; and a peculiar interest had been centred in him ever since he had fallen, at a prayer-meeting, into a mysterious rigidity and suspension of consciousness, which, lasting for an hour or more, had been mistaken for death.
"We are reminded of someone who was highly thought of as a student paramedic and had an amazing career ahead of her.
"Jordan's very highly thought of in the Scottish set-up and at Rangers.
Injuries have curtailed his progress in the past three seasons but he remains incredibly highly thought of by coaches at Bodymoor Heath.
"Glen is highly thought of in the country and by the ECB.
Julia Shelton was highly thought of by the players and coaching staff, as well as other clubs.
The Beacon School for Girls was very highly thought of and, according to an article in the Golden Jubilee number of the school magazine of 1969, could boast of several illustrious former pupils.
He has moved back to London and although still highly thought of at Stamford Bridge, Luis Enrique is hot favourite to get the Blues job this summer, while Arsenal are believed to favour a younger coach when Arsene Wenger goes.
He was very undemanding, very highly thought of and much loved."
Vendor Steve Sheehan has a consignment of eight that includes Ballymac Olord and Ballymac Cooba, a highly thought of April '16 duo from Liam Dowling's Co Kerry Kennels.
He is highly thought of at Goodison and has a big future.

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