- n. Plural form of accomplishment.
“The U.S. Energy S.cretary celebrating today what he calls the accomplishments of the one year role Bush administration energy policy, even as gasoline prices once again reach record heights.”
“Mr. Justice MacGillivray, who among his other accomplishments is the President of the St. Andrew's Society, will I am sure forgive me for recalling the prayer uttered not long ago by the Chaplain on the reunion of a famous Scottish Clan.”
“Though he died at age 38, Heydrich's list of other "accomplishments" is formidable.”
“This smug, self-serving inflation of her "accomplishments" is a continued embarrassment to our city.”
“The only thing I admire more than you and your husband's many, many, many accomplishments is your (and his) lack of decent manners or even a hint of humility or graciousness.”
“After Obama wrecks the country and plunges it deep into debt, Sarah Palin and her Alaskan record of no-nonsense conservative governmental accomplishments is a rising star sorely NEEDED by this sinking nation!”
“His humble beginings and accomplishments is why we think this country is special.”
“First, some will harbor resentment, as the prize to a President with no accomplishments is just another example of special treatment of the US and a de facto acknowledgment of American exceptionalism – the prize is saying in fact the America President matters a lot, which other leaders resent.”
“Bragging about your accomplishments is just tacky.”
“And it is this mainstreaming of radical right positions that were once safely on the fringe which stands as one of the main accomplishments for the Conservative Movement of FOX and conservative talk radio.”
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