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use "accolade" in a sentence

Asked if he agreed Wilson deserved such an accolade, Fanning said: Oh, for sure.

Angell wrote This Old Man last year and it deserves every accolade it's received.

Every Swedish kid knows her work, which could now get an extra boost with the accolade.

Given his time at Southeast, it is clear Dr. Stilson has earned the accolade and then some.

There are only 13 other state schools in South Africa which attained this accolade.

r>Accolade published the game under a then-new company label, Ballistic.

This accolade recognises the best team in any sport within the United Kingdom.

In 2006, Reid was awarded with the ' Everton Giant ' accolade.

>Accolade recorded one album in 1969.29.9376

In singling out the Phil he was according it a well-deserved accolade.14.5263

The Royal accolade was earned fighting in the War of the Spanish Succession in 1713.

So was born the Regimental Accolade, and the source of the Regimental Motto.36.8811

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