14 examples of Accolade in a sentence
I'm also currently the best student entrepreneur in the world, the first African to get that accolade, and one thing that really puzzles me is, I did all of this just because I didn't want to bathe.
She's a beautiful, fresh, confident actor who deserves every
Even 1 is far too much of an
for this steaming pile of horse manure The film is just plain terrible its like they took gross out clichéd clips of jokes from other films and ran them one after another on here.
His non-revenge films are even weaker in content and style and have received an undue amount of praise and
Of course you can come across very good low budget movies, and this certainly doesn't rank as one of the worst I've seen by any stretch of the imagination (see scarecrow or the Pumpkin Karver for that
for example), but this could have been so much better.
Ever play an
game from the mid 80's and you'll recognize his work, especially in the "dancing" scene.
In sixty years of movie-going I have sat through some clunkers but "Nine Months" is right up there with "I aim at the stars","Mrs Doubtfire" and "Johnny English" vying for the
Worst of the worst".It is a movie with absolutely no merit whatsoever.It has Robin Williams, who clearly thinks he is one of the funniest men on the planet, in a small role.
That role itself should earn him each and every
he can possibly get.
This film ruled at the '73 Oscars, winning eight awards in all (it lost Best Picture to THE GODFATHER)and deserved every
I'd heard about this film when it won the Sundance prize, and immediately thought, given the
and the premise, that it had to be great.
What a tremendous
Following recent setbacks for the government coalition in regional elections in Hesse, where a red-green government was sent packing, Chancellor Schroder, frustrated by Green energy minister Trittin and his attempts to steam-roll an end of nuclear power in Germany, granted Fischer the ultimate accolade: the Greens, he said needed more Fischer and less Trittin.
He amply deserved the rare
accorded to him by his long-time mentor and friend, the late Milton Friedman (himself a Nobel laureate who, like Becker, transformed economists’ thinking in many areas).
As he had already told him, he said, there was no chapel in the castle, nor was it needed for what remained to be done, for, as he understood the ceremonial of the order, the whole point of being dubbed a knight lay in the
and in the slap on the shoulder, and that could be administered in the middle of a field; and that he had now done all that was needful as to watching the armour, for all requirements were satisfied by a watch of two hours only, while he had been more than four about it.