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Kudos

Informal; praise for exemplary work. For example, a supervisor may offer kudos to an employee who gives an excellent presentation.
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Without kudos you can have the Porsche you want or the Audi TT you dream of, needless to say without the cars you'll find it nearly impossible to get any further within the game.
For US businesses that are interested in Kudos but ineligible for the giveaway, Office Depot offers Kudos at a discounted price of $79.
Entry for the Kudos 'Dream Design' daybed competition has been extended until August 1, 2013, with the winner due to be announced at this year's Hotelier Middle East Awards on October 30 at Dubai's JW Marriott Marquis hotel.
Thuy added, "Now, via stationery kudos, at no cost, over 200 kids are learning the art of saying 'Thank you.
One of the main attractions of hiring Kudos Roadshow to play at a special event is the calibre of entertainment on offer.
Nobody from Kudos Hospitality, previously known as Crown Venue Catering, was willing to comment on the writ or its contents.
After arriving at Camp Corum, Operation KUDOS participants explored several stations focusing on various aspects of overseas service.
The compound being developed by KuDOS is at the phase I clinical development stage - meaning it is being tested on humans.
Police would still like to speak to anyone whose car was parked in the car park behind the Kudos nightclub off The Broadway between 10pm on Friday and 2am on Saturday, October 15 to call the incident room on 01443 485 351.
Kudos to Anne-Marie Cusac for her timely and chilling piece on the new nuclear hazard ("Fire Hazard," August issue).
Kudos to Brilliance for going back to the beginning of this series so fans can enjoy it from start to finish.
history standards, with special kudos to Indiana, California and Alabama.