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We had an extended acclamation period because of the lack of time on the field during the offseason.
By acclamation, it was the best moment for Pence in a 2016 debate that he won decisively.
VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: HIGHLIGHTS AND FACT-CHECKSCOLBY ITKOWITZ, ANNE GEARAN, MATT VISER, FELICIA SONMEZ, JOHN WAGNEROCTOBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The short hours achieved with acclamation to-day will later be denounced as the long hours of to-morrow.
The most extraordinary and despotic measures were adopted by acclamation to meet the fearful emergency.
Jane had the sense of being led towards some unaccountable triumph and acclamation.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR
He went across the great water to the east, and was there received with acclamation as a visitor from the New World.
NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUSJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
Upon the deposition of Octavius the agrarian law of Gracchus was immediately passed by acclamation.
It was voted by acclamation, that Hippopotamus was agreeable to the company.
The speech of Falconius was enforced by a general acclamation.
Is it to be wondered at, that France should have abolished them by acclamation?

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