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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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Kudo became the first woman to hold the title of executive officer at Sumitomo Mitsui in 2014.
As its name suggests, Kudo is a martial art which combines karate and judo - in Japan it translates as 'Furious Karate' - and UK champions will get the chance to represent the UK at the European Championships, to be held in Poland later this year.
The definition of luxury, the throw is the perfect addition to your living room or bedroom, especially when partnered with the matching Kudo Fake Fur cushion.
All new buildings, all new proposals, are worthy, and it's difficult for us to say no, but at some point we have to delay or hold off and slow down so that we have a chance to catch up," Kudo said.
The company will also be raising awareness of its reward scheme and the Jai Kudo Lenses catalogue, said to be one of the largest in the industry.
The film depicts retired professor Pierre, played by Arcand, making a trip to Okinawa Prefecture, Japan's southernmost island prefecture, where he meets housewife Junko, played by Kudo.
Fetish-wear specialist Atsuko Kudo created the infamous red latex nun's habit GaGa wore in the video for her hit single 'Alejandro'.
In-depth negotiations have been somewhat delayed'' and the details of the possible deal have yet to be worked out, Kudo told reporters.
At the time, Kudo faced criticism from some of his colleagues for rescuing the sailors but he is now a national hero in Japan, with many keen to publicize his efforts.
The selection did confirm a range of motifs and concerns around interpenetrating states of physical and emotional turmoil that locate Kudo among the predecessors of contemporary abject expressionism, from Paul McCarthy (who recently included Kudo in a show detailing his own artistic influences) to Jake and Dinos Chapman to David Altmejd.
These stagers, including Shelley Washington, Keith Roberts, and Elaine Kudo, rely on their own experience of being part of Tharp's creative process and performing her dances.
The four medalists were Mei-Ting Sun, Rachel Kudo, Sean Kennard and Esther Park.