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Sentence count:94+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-13Updated:2017-02-13
Similar words: creaturecreatethreatentreatgreatfeatureglare atthreatMeaning: ['lɔːrɪət]  n. someone honored for great achievements; figuratively someone crowned with a laurel wreath. adj. worthy of the greatest honor or distinction. 
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1 He was a Nobel laureate in physics.
2 Later he became poet laureate of the United States.
3 A human interest story, featuring the second-youngest Nobel laureate in history, seemed to him much more promising.
4 Adult family members or professional assistants, accompanying the Laureate are welcome as Paying guests.
5 VOICE: Who is the laureate you mentioned?
6 He was awarded the poet laureate by the queen.
7 John Dryden was appointed the first Poet Laureate.
8 She is the poet laureate of all lyricists.
9 He is the poet laureate of Arkansas.
10 Harold Pinter, the British playwright and Nobel laureate famous for brooding portrayals of domestic life and his barbed politics,( died aged 78 on Christmas Eve after battling cancer.
11 Contributors have included a Nobel laureate and an an insane asylum, among thousands of others.
12 Murphy and Nobel laureate Gary Becker and has defined economists'approaches to addiction ever since.
13 Nobel laureate Enrico Fermi, discussing this observation with colleagues over lunch in 1950, asked, logically: "Where are they?"
14 This is the wisdom of 1986 Nobel Laureate James Buchanan, one of the most prolific and original economists of the twentieth century.
15 And the prize is frequently spread among scientists at several institutions, each claiming the new laureate as its own.
16 He was excellently placed to be the next Poet Laureate when the position fell vacant in ninety-six.
17 Three women were to achieve national renown in this decade, two of them as sculptors, and one as Christmas-card Laureate.
18 Friedman argued that no single person, even a Nobel laureate, could make a pencil.
19 Morris wrote endlessly and was even offered the post of poet laureate.
20 Her greatest compliment came in 1900 when she was accorded the title of Christmas-card Laureate which earned her national fame.
21 "The days that make us happy make us wise. "----John Masefield when I first read this line by England's Poet Laureate,( it startled me.
22 In 1842 he received a government pension, and in the following year he succeeded Southey as Poet Laureate .
23 The early poetry of Ted Hughes, the last English Poet Laureate of the twentieth century, is well known for its masculine and wild style.
24 Birthday wishes are pouring in from across South Africa and the globe for Nobel Peace Laureate Desmond Tutu as he marks his 80th birthday Friday.
25 Amid international calls for reconciliation, South African Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu flew to Nairobi and held talks with Raila Odinga.
26 Wordsworth enters St John's, and publishes his first poem. He later became Poet Laureate.
27 Lloyd Morris "The days that make us happy make us wise. " --- John Masefield When I first read this line by England's Poet Laureate, it startled me.
28 Chu is a man who knows a lot, Nobel laureate in physics, our nation's 12th secretary of energy.
29 The real celebrity of last week's Frankfurt Book fair was the Nobel laureate, G ü nter Grass.
30 Barack Obama was speaking as both the United States president and a previous peace prize laureate.
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