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Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has lauded high morale and operational preparedness of troops while visiting Lahore Corps at Chunian and Kasur and Mangla Corps at Tilla Field firing ranges.
Bulgaria lauds the huge strides made by Morocco to boost its economy and promote democratic principles, human rights and openness, said vice-president of Bulgaria Margarita Popova.
The Bulgarian top official who met, on Wednesday in Rabat, with head of government Abdelilah Benkirane, lauded reforms carried out by Morocco under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI in all areas, said a statement by the head of government's office.
Claudio Graziano lauded Wednesday UNIFIL's "thirty-year effort to establish stability in south Lebanon," according to a report in the Beirut daily AN NAHAR Thursday.
Global ratings agency, Fitch Ratings, has lauded measures taken by the Korean government to support the country's banks.
The MacArthur program lauds Williams for creating "a new form of legal writing and scholarship that integrates personal narrative, critical and literary theory, traditional legal doctrine, and empirical and sociological research." Her most recent work is Seeing a Color-Blind Future: The Paradox of Race (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, April 1998).
Lauded as "a leading scholar in the investigation and recovery of the rich legacy of African-American photography," Willis, who once taught at New York University, has edited a number of books, the most recent of which was featured in our July-August issue.
Between the fifth and ninth centuries, the liturgies received their permanent structure of eight Hours: Matins, Lauds; the minor Hours of Prime, Terce, Sext, and None; and the major Hours of Vespers and Compline.
Except in monasteries, Lauds is generally the first prayer of the morning, while Vespers and Compline are the last two Hours of the evening and night.
"In this isle," Bellerophon concludes, the heroes "old with modern virtues reconcile" in a catholicity of honorable traditions congruent with Laud's own commitment to the catholicity of the English church.(24)