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The Easter Road side have earned plaudits after rising to fourth place in the SPL and the form of their starlets has not gone unnoticed by bigger clubs.
NEIL CHALMERS earned the plaudits for his handling of Palawan, favourite for the five-furlong sprint.
However, the Los Angeles Superior Court judge has received many plaudits for his work, all of which no doubt contributed to his 90-day assignment to the state Court of Appeal to help 2nd District judges with a backlog of cases.
Masud's recent overviews on service provider offerings and technology advances have generated must interest in the communications community and have earned him justifiable plaudits.
Now the cast, greedy for more plaudits, are to strut their stuff as stand-ups as well.
Celtic might be earning all the plaudits, but history will be on the side of Rangers when the Glasgow giants meet today.
Travis Knight, who played 17 minutes of solid defense and worked hard on the glass, even earning Shaquille O'Neal's plaudits.
And if the aforementioned plaudits do not confirm the arrival of a bright new star on the journalism stage, it should be added that Ms.
Vieira is quite happy to take the plaudits when they fly his way but obviously not too keen on a little bit of stick that even sensitive schoolboy players manage to laugh off.
The short-head squeeze from Spectina may not have been impressive but the Cheveley Park Stud's filly happens to be a half-sister to the Newmarket stud's Group 1 winner Medicean, who took all the plaudits under his penalty in winning the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot a week ago.
Drafted by the architectural firm Narduli/Grinstein, which won plaudits for its redesign of the quake-damaged California Institute of the Arts campus, the display will be on view through March 2.
But the effort of Kingscliff ought to attract just as many plaudits as he tore his rivals apart in the Christie's Foxhunter Chase.