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The officer, Eugene Goodman, had already been commended for leading rioters away from the Senate chamber as it was being evacuated, an act of heroism documented on a reporter’s cellphone and widely circulated.
On the eve of Republic Day, president Ram Nath Kovind also commended the economy for recovering quickly after lockdown restrictions were lifted in phases.
Whether it stems from opportunism or sheer ambition, the Blue Jays should be commended for extending themselves to give their fans a title contender in 2021 and well into the future.
Still, author Kyl Myers should be commended for not throwing in the towel with hurricane force.
RAISING A CHILD WITHOUT A GENDERTERRI SCHLICHENMEYERJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
I definitely commend all the girls, all of us, for stepping up and standing up, even though there could have been consequences.
Sarah Kate Ellis, CEO of the LGBTQ media watchdog GLAAD, commended the Democrats for their apparent shared win in a statement.
McLaurin first appeared on the injury report in Week 11, and Rivera recently commended him for playing through pain.
Speaking as a Russian and also as one who has travelled all over the world, I say, commend me to England for comfort.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
They neither approve nor disapprove, commend or condemn, till they have consulted his looks and his countenance.
Cycling does not appear to commend itself greatly to the Spanish idea of recreation.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET

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