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1. He made a speech of panegyric.
2. She delivered a panegyric on the President-elect.
3. The last, the panegyric, was one of the most common themes and undercurrents in our conversations all year long.
4. The absence of panegyric in itself sets Leapor's poem apart from earlier country house poems.
5. Nevertheless, people have a panegyric on the eight phenomena. Therefore, the spirit of this world is distorted. It has become a stubborn disease and beyond cure.
6. Directly hooked on to this, often expressed in the same sentence, was a long and, hard-dying panegyric for the past.
7. Michael Howard, the Conservative leader, gave a speech that began as a panegyric to Britain and ended as an orthodox recitation of Conservative plans.
8. Socrates covered his head when he gave the untrue panegyric, and only in the retraction is he once again entirely himself.