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  • He was received with acclaim in the private office of Hunziker, which was remarkably like a minor cathedral.
  • His masterpieces Sondelius acclaimed, he alone placid among the scary patrons who came in now not to dream but to gulp and flee.
  • What a magnificent future! Think, Martin"—Major Holabird discarded his dignity, sat astride a chair—"think of all you have ahead! If this work really pans out, there’s no limit to the honors that’ll come to you, you lucky young dog! Acclaim by scientific societies, any professorship you might happen to want, prizes, the biggest men begging to consult you, a ripping place in society! "Now listen, old boy: Perhaps you know how close I am to Dr. Tubbs, and I see no reason why you…

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  • the book was released to great acclaim
  • They didn’t have someone like my dad to provide them with factoids about every movie playing on cable, or my mom to paraphrase entire life biographies of Hollywood’s most awarded and acclaimed actors.
    John Corey Whaley  --  Nogin

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