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  • v. Present participle of eulogise.


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  • The BBC’s Nick Robinson is also in eulogising form: “If Gordon Brown wants a Tony Blair-style "new dawn" to usher in his premiership, John Reid's resignation is a symbolic first step - and there may well be more to come.”

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • With so much to be arrogant about, Guardiola chose the build-up to this last-16 tie to play the humility card, eulogising Arsenal.

    Pep Guardiola the extra-special one adds realism to romanticism

  • Why do almost none of the characters speak with a Geordie accent and why, in all the articles I've read eulogising the film, has this never been commented on?

    Letters: Northern life

  • I can now appreciate my siblings' peerless selections of soul, ska and Motown, but up till then they were just infuriating high-volume opponents to Kent Walton eulogising Mick McManus and the classified football results.

    Family life

  • Moreover, there was an intuitive notion that this greed culture would end in tears, and it wouldn't be those eulogising the sovereignty of market forces who would be picking up the tab.

    And the Land Lay Still by James Robertson

  • But Richard Ashcroft is capable of so much more than clunky couplets eulogising the rejuvenating power of music (again); he does musical cliches, too.

    This week's new singles

  • "9 Before people start eulogising the performance, can I be the first to say that it wasn't actually a surprise?..."

    Arsenal v Chelsea: five things we learned | David Hytner

  • I don't think Justin Webb likes being criticised, take a look at the latest Newswatch, he wants examples of his eulogising over Obama - how do we send these?

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • He's a Dutch comedian who you can see on YouTube standing up to fundies and eulogising that film maker who got stabbed.

    April 18th, 2008

  • Note 6: Romaios (1955), for example, finds the model for the andreiomeni of the folk songs in the Amazon as she appeared in 'Digenis Akritas' (the demotic songs eulogising Digenis, the mythical defender of the eastern borders of the Byzantine Empire). back

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity


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