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After Carey was shot, the House of Representatives gave the Capitol Police a standing ovation.
Democrats gave Pelosi a standing ovation as the final tally was announced, while the Republican side of the chamber was nearly empty.
Like Nixon, when he declared Bush the winner – asking God to bless his opponent – Gore drew a standing ovation.
She not only earned a standing ovation and passing grade, but it laid the groundwork for her academic and musical career.
MEET NASA’S DOPEST ENGINEERJOSHUA EFERIGHEDECEMBER 2, 2020OZY
He is happy and at peace with retiring at 28 — even if there was no ovation, no coverage, no ceremony to offer tear-filled gratitude to his teammates, family or fans.
The party were greeted with one continued ovation during the journey.
When the espada finally performs his courageous feat under such conditions, he obtains such an ovation as his skill deserves.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET
A moment afterward the Kiowa finished his boastful tale, and received a noisy ovation from his people.
THREE SIOUX SCOUTSELMER RUSSELL GREGOR
He insists that this is the only fitting thing to do, that to live after such a reception and ovation would be an anti-climax.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
Mr. Lincoln met with a splendid ovation from the troops and the colored people as he rode about the city.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION