How To Use Acclamation In A Sentence

  • Their superstar nuptials attract acclamation of imponderable scale, the industry falls at their feet in supplication, and the simplest family outing becomes an event of global import.
  • Humility is not, however, achieved by acclamation, and something other than humility may be at work in fallibilist argumentation.
  • The resolution will be adopted by acclamation.
  • We sang all the propers of the Mass in a variety of different forms: choral introit, plainsong Psalm and acclamation, English chant for offertory, and Gregorian chant for communion. St. Cecilia Schola in Birmingham, Alabama
  • There was little meaningful internal debate, simply the acclamation of the charismatic leader.
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  • Tang's excellent depictions of the 160 odd characters in the ‘Peony Pavilion’ has earned him centuries of acclamation from generations of dramatists.
  • Imperial diadem from the representatives of Gaul; and his election was ratified by the acclamations of the Barbarians and provincials. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • Some theological and historical background is necessary before examining the present acclamations of the Roman mass.
  • Some theological and historical background is necessary before examining the present acclamations of the Roman mass.
  • This was received with acclamation, and the proclamation was made from the Hotel de Ville.
  • Some theological and historical background is necessary before examining the present acclamations of the Roman mass.
  • No proclamation or ceremony was needed, no public acclamation or even acceptance; behind their backs, the people had got a new sovereign.
  • By acclamation we agreed I'd work out a rough idea of how we're going to comprehensively review each case. THE KILL CLAUSE
  • On 26 August 1944 he walked down the Champs Elysées to the acclamation of a vast crowd, and then went on to Notre Dame, where he stood unmoved when a sudden fusillade broke out inside the cathedral.
  • He was proposed by President Sadat of Egypt and elected by acclamation.
  • Some theological and historical background is necessary before examining the present acclamations of the Roman mass.
  • The word maundy comes from the Latin word mandatum (commandment) which is the first word of the Gospel acclamation: Catholic Fire
  • When Charles Dickens visited America, our people testified their admiration of his homely genius by going mad, receiving him with frantic acclamations of delight, dining him, and suppering him, and going through the 'pump-handle movement' with him. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2, No 3, September, 1862 Devoted to Literature and National Policy.
  • The decision was taken by voice acclamation at a private session of the Democratic representatives.
  • Spreading the gifts they bring on the table, the deacon leads their acclamations and distributes the consecrated elements.
  • Two years after this came universal acclamation: Golding received the 1983 Nobel Prize for Literature, the last British writer in the twentieth century to do so.
  • Do you believe they were ever imposed upon by those votes and resolutions, made by what is called acclamation, for their union, of which corruption paid one part, [9] and fear forced the remainder? The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 05 (of 12)
  • The name persisted, however, and it was formally adopted by general acclamation at a celebration held on the fourth of July, 1825, when some three hundred persons sat down to a dinner at Rumsey's coffee-house. The University of Michigan
  • During the introductions I mentioned that information science is integral to each of the sciences represented and received loud acclamation.
  • There will be many more such examples found and many, many, more that will remain undiscovered but none of it will make a jot of difference as the MSM will ignore reporting anything that might run counter to "the narrative" that Barack Obama won the election by acclamation. Archive 2008-11-01
  • But I've done 140 gigs this year and here I am, able to tootle around the world to incredible acclamation, and I think that's amazing, and I love it, after 27 years of it!
  • Ninon's return to the gayeties of her drawing rooms was hailed with loud acclamations from all quarters.
  • Labour's rules allow the cabinet to install a single candidate by acclamation, which is surely the only serious option this close to an election: two or three months of a messy leadership contest so close to national polling day would amount to collective suicide. The Guardian World News
  • Hymns, then, properly belong to the Liturgy of the Hours, while sung dialogues, antiphons, psalmody, and acclamations belong to the Mass. Fr. Kirby Weighs in: Hymns vs. Propers
  • The news was greeted with considerable popular acclamation.
  • It was then that the princess came in, with her gown all wet from the river, and she knew everything: the acclamation for the duke, the disinheriting of the family. The Red Queen
  • Some theological and historical background is necessary before examining the present acclamations of the Roman mass.
  • Her singing evoked warm acclamations.
  • One indication of this change is the disappearance of an acclamation from the Church's official prayers and chants. Septuagesima
  • As to a dear friend Mother Church bids farewell to her beloved Alleluia on the Saturday before Septuagesima Sunday, when at the end of Vespers the acclamation is sung twice after the Benedicamus Domino and the choir responds with its twofold repetition following the Deo gratias. From the Mail
  • While the artists might modestly resist such acclamation, what has transpired here certainly displays a high degree of artistic experimentation and talent.
  • There was little meaningful internal debate, simply the acclamation of the charismatic leader.
  • Like all acclamations in frequent use it lost its primary meaning, and became a kind of vivat or hurrah of joy, triumph, and exultation. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
  • According to Spinelli's original script Europeans should have greeted the constitution with "acclamation". Archive 2007-09-01
  • J’avois encore reçû sur la route de la part de ce peuple, moins coupable que ceux qui l’ont enivré de fureur, des acclamations, et des applaudissements, dont d’autres auroient été flattés, et qui m’ont fait frémir. Paras. 100-124
  • Upon the other meanings which have been attached to the word acclamation some of them rather strained it does not seem necessary to speak at length. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • Philadelphia, and Harrisburg-amid the prayers and blessings and acclamations of an enthusiastic and patriotic people -- he uttered words of wise conciliation and firm moderation such as beseemed the high functions and tremendous responsibilities to which the voice of that liberty -- and-union-loving people had called him, and this too, with a full knowledge, when he made the Philadelphia speech, that the enemies of the Republic had already planned to assassinate him before he could reach Washington. The Great Conspiracy, Complete
  • But the kings also increasingly invoked the authority of the papacy as a source of legitimacy rather then popular acclamation.
  • The effect was electrical: the motion was carried by acclamation and there was a unanimous rush for the now wretched mariner whose false alarm at the masthead was the cause of our embarrassment, but on second thoughts it was decided to substitute Captain Troutbeck, as less generally useful and more undeviatingly in error. The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Volume 8 Epigrams, On With the Dance, Negligible Tales
  • The news was greeted with considerable popular acclamation.
  • They cut and paste from the experts (as determined by the acclamation of their media peers) and can't make independent assessments of the technical content. The Productivity Story, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • By acclamation we agreed I'd work out a rough idea of how we're going to comprehensively review each case. THE KILL CLAUSE
  • The decision was taken by voice acclamation at a private session of the Democratic representatives.
  • Three-one at half-time and the crowd rose in acclamation.
  • One back in the chancel, the clerks sing more ployphonic acclamations, a versicle and a further prayer, ending with a final Benedicamus. Archive 2009-04-01
  • He gave unlucky Derby second Silver Patriarch a typically-robust ride to take the St Leger of 1997, and the crowd's roar of acclamation that day showed just how much they wanted Eddery to crown his career in fairytale style.
  • However, the greatest acclamation was reserved for the audience who to a person applauded and cheered at the conclusion of the play.
  • Now the Trust is preparing its own long-term bid for the survival of its beloved club, a plan which drew considerable acclamation when it was made public during the interval of the Swansea game.
  • The moollah armed them, the companions embraced, and they set out on their journey amid the acclamations of the whole crowd. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 53, No. 330, April 1843
  • They marched by the sound of atabal and comet, and, as they traversed the streets of the capital amidst the acclamations of the soldiery, they made the city ring with the shouts of "Castile and Tlascala, long live our sovereign, the emperor. History of the Conquest of Mexico, with a Preliminary View of Ancient Mexican Civilization, and the Life of the Conqueror, Hernando Cortes
  • If the lector reads the Responsorial Psalm and Gospel Acclamation, prepare those in a similar manner.
  • On landing, the army hailed him as the true victor of Oran, a wave of acclamations following him as he advanced to the alcazar, where the keys of the fortress were put into his hands. Historical Tales - The Romance of Reality - Volume VII
  • By resorting to nonwar means of achieving his objectives, he would earn worldwide acclamation and gratitude by letting peace prevail, following the wise old saying, "Discretion is the better part of valor. Mail Call: Show Us The Proof
  • The acclamation had been nearly unanimous: shouts of the imperial troops at Rome, seconded wholeheartedly by the Senate, the rabble, the clergy.
  • In this sense, the utterance heil is as much an attempt at a salutation, acclamation, or blessing of itself as of anything else. Patriot Acts: The Political Language of Henrich von Kleist
  • If the wine fail from the wine-presses, that used to be trodden with acclamations of joy, all their gladness is cut off. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • The news was greeted with considerable popular acclamation.
  • But acclamation did not rule out the possibility of hereditary or even dynastic successions.
  • Four minutes later, Morgan struck down the other end and all that was left was the thunderous acclamation of the team.
  • Similarly cheers and acclamation punctuated the famous speech of the young senator on man's rights and dignity.
  • It was the third volume of the trilogy which received the greatest popular and critical acclamation at the time of publication.
  • In the aftermath of Vatican II, however, the nearly universal grief that followed his death led to proposals that the council canonize him by acclamation.
  • In more rarified circles, Chinese and Indian artists are winning acclamation at the highest levels.
  • Parliament and public greeted this imperial retreat with a fanfare of acclamation.
  • No sooner had the general acclamation of joyful surprise subsided, than silence was eagerly demanded for reading the royal commission; and the bonnets, which hitherto each Chief had worn, probably because unwilling to be the first to uncover, were now at once vailed in honour of the royal warrant. A Legend of Montrose
  • His elegant and refined style of conducting has won Ozawa acclamation even from European and North American audiences who have previously shown great suspicion towards Asian musicians performing Western classical pieces.
  • It is not as if his acclamation was a surprise to anyone in the Party. Don Meredith To Play Damage Control In Toronto Centre « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
  • There are two winners, chosen by public acclamation (there's a high-tech clapometer in the hall) and by an online vote. Undefined
  • Drum, clarion, trumpet, and cymbal rung forth at once, and the deep and regular shout, which for ages has been the English acclamation, sounded amidst the shrill and irregular yells of the Arabs, like the diapason of the organ amid the howling of a storm. The Talisman
  • The acclamation that followed his death from colon cancer early this year strangely mirrored his ghostly omnipresence during life. He was a missing link: an authentic songster who voiced folk-made music.
  • You might imagine, therefore, that the appearance of Ulysses would have been greeted with cries of joy and acclamation from the literary intelligentsia.
  • Described in the press and at trade organizations' meetings as a ‘great force,’ women retail workers received widespread acclamation for their achievements.

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