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“Heralded as "Praiseworthy" by People magazine, The Sound peaked at #1 on a variety of Billboard Christian and Gospel albums charts shortly after its release in October 2008.”
“It was this way, through His prophets and messengers, that Al Hamid, God the All Praiseworthy, has taught all previous generations of believers; and will teach all future ones until the end of times.”
““Praiseworthy to do, but not blameworthy not to do” seems closer to what we wish to say about supererogatory acts.”
“Praiseworthy programmes aim to improve teaching and the conditions of learning, including the new curriculum.”
“Praiseworthy Ladies, the name of Nicoletta, so fondly affected by Calandrino, putteth mee in minde of a Novell, concerning another Nicoletta, of whom I purpose to speake: to the ende you may observe how by a sudden wary fore-sight, a discreet woman compassed the meanes to avoyde a notorious scandall.”
“It consists of descriptions of “Praiseworthy Men” and”
“The name Mahalalel may be interpreted to mean "Praiseworthy is God.”
“English translation, where "Preghiatissima Signora" was rendered as "Most Praiseworthy Madam," and every delicate compliment and superlative -- superlatives are delicate in Italian -- would have felled an ox.”
“The Nutling seems to give extraordinarily good reports, for twice in the Maths. schoolwork Hella has had an Unsatisfactory, and yet now in her report she has Praiseworthy.”
“By the way, Franke has actually got Praiseworthy in Maths. and Physics, though she's hardly any good.”
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