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We have had the pleasure of operating escorted tours to South Africa for the past decade and, without exception, travellers return to Canada singing the praises of this unique land and all it offers.
There have been many articles and speeches singing the praises of native plants in the last several years.
About 10 years ago, Chrysler's Joe Goulart was singing the praises of the two-stroke engine as an automotive powerplant.
While gay people may now be singing the praises of Juan Timberlake, in 1998 it was all about Bette Midler.
Petroski is famous for finding the beauty in simple things, as is the case in his book The Pencil, and for singing the praises of engineers, as he did in TO Engineer Is Human.
"A few days ago, these people [in the Establishment media] were singing the praises of Danny Pearl, a real reporter, who lost his life trying to get the facts of a story," observed Thomas Fleming, editor of Chronicles magazine.
Teams no longer see us as pushovers, indeed if we had only scored one more in a couple of the draws Mr Jones would probably be singing the praises of the team.
A veteran of the Metropolitan Opera takes on a new role, singing the praises of his private urban forest, hoping to turn it into a public preserve.
"Lately, I just scan the zohar and meditate on those funky Hebrew letters," Bernhard intones in her new show, using much the same tone of voice she once applied to singing the praises of Love's Fresh Lemon scent.
.I SEE David Moyes was singing the praises of Leighton Baines this week, stating he is in the best form of his life.
week the big-lunged thunderer was singing the praises of Alicia Keys.
It is all well and good singing the praises of pension credit and how it benefits so many of our OAPs.