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Katori Hall’s drama about the employees of a Mississippi Delta strip club premiered to widespread acclaim in July.

Amid the year’s reckoning over race in America, graphic novels continued to give voice to once-underrepresented stories, and creators of color drew critical acclaim.

You opened in August last year and then got all of this critical acclaim.

Unlike Burger King, which debuted its Impossible Whopper last year to wide acclaim, McDonald’s is not officially naming the supplier for its plant-based patties.

The cheers that acclaimed his mention of the President drowned his voice for several moments.

In one of the two greatest ages of English poetry he was acclaimed as one of their peers by the poets.

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Buffon may justly be acclaimed as the first populariser of natural history.

Immediately Roosevelt was acclaimed by the world, including the Russians and the Japanese, as a great peacemaker.

Both the knights and the common people shouted with joy, and acclaimed Sir Lancelot as a noble and mighty knight.

The Conservative party had acclaimed the return of the prodigal son.

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