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1. He deserves the acclaim he has received.
2. The astronaut was welcomed with joyous , resounding acclaim.
3. The performance received considerable acclaim.
4. Her latest novel has won great critical acclaim.
5. Despite the critical acclaim, the novel did not sell well.
6. The TV play received considerable acclaim.
7. The book received great critical acclaim.
8. The play opened last week to universal acclaim.
9. The programme debuted last year to great acclaim.
10. The young singer is enjoying massive critical acclaim .
11. Her performance won her much critical acclaim.
12. He was welcomed with great acclaim.
13. The novel received great acclaim.
14. She received international acclaim for her interpretation of Chopin.
15. His discoveries earned him wide acclaim.
16. Kaplan's latest recording has received considerable popular acclaim .
17. Their recordings have won great acclaim .
18. The film met with considerable critical and public acclaim.
19. Angela Bassett has won critical acclaim for her excellent performance.
20. He won international acclaim for his King Lear and has a fistful of other acting awards.
21. In her day she never received the critical acclaim she deserved.
22. Elgar received many honors and much acclaim and yet he often considered himself a failure.
23. Stephen Hawking's achievements earned him the acclaim of the entire scientific community.
24. Instead,[http://sentencedict.com/acclaim.html] Hezbollah emerged with greater popular acclaim than ever.
25. At the end, acclaim for a stylish extravaganza.
26. Paulo has received critical acclaim for his pop-jazz.
27. After these heavy formalities came the public acclaim.
28. They are now receiving the acclaim they deserve.
29. The book came out last year to great critical acclaim .
30. Hamlet was played by Romania's leading actor, Ion Caramitrou, to rapturous acclaim.
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