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Inevitably, he began to speak to us about the revolution and to extol its achievements.
Let the meek extol the virtues of mild-mannered cultivated leeks.
There are a number of sites that extol the virtues of cooking with frozen peas.
But most of what we need to know about her is in the poems, which extol a love of nature, plants and gardening.
So fulsomely did he extol his fellow academy officers that the meal itself had to be delayed.
Recent devotees extol the virtues of undercooked kale.
We extol ancient things, regardless of our own times.
They ceased not to extol and to envy their friend's good fortune.
While the editors will explain products, the personal shoppers will extol them.
We condemn vice and extol virtue only through interest.
We extol critical thinking but wince to make room for a quiet period to allow it entrance.
People whom extol the civility of the good old days make me laugh.
Occidentalists extol soul or spirit but despise intellectuals and intellectual life.
We all do extol thee, thou leader triumphant, and pray that thou still our defender wilt be.
Books, films and articles extol the gentle art and delicate mystique of fly fishing.
It does not simply extol or glorify its subject as monuments so often do.
For someone who continues to extol his education and employment status, you are surprisingly ill-informed.
Listen to politicians' stump speeches, and it will be seconds before you hear them extol their unique leadership qualities.
Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song.
Both books extol the virtues of structured abstracts but both contain few examples.
As a result, many caring people now extol debt forgiveness.
Initial communications tend to be more general and extol the benefits of green building in light of their real or perceived costs.

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