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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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A petite dynamo of a concert dancer, Kudo dealt with the intense drama of The Moor's Pavane by reading Othello and tapping her technical resources.
Kudo, a former journalist at the weekly business magazine Toyo Keizai, said the premier ''has failed to go a step further in making good his initial promise to the public to implement concrete reforms in Japan and changes to (the old-style politics of) the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.
Kudo, who attended the award ceremony, said she is glad that a film set in Japan was well received by Canadian audiences.
GET YOUR COLLAR FELT: Kitty collar, filigree lace, in red by Atsuko Kudo at illamasqua
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.
Taken together with the often blunt contents of the cage sculptures--especially in later pieces like Portrait of an Artist in Crisis, 1980-81, where hands daub a pile of feces with a gaily colored brush--the works suggest the psychological battles Kudo was fighting both without and increasingly within himself, feeling both his own identity and the larger social environment fraught with ruptures, atomized, losing integrity.
Kudo staged the delicate Sweet Fields (1996) for Aspen/Santa Fe Ballet (see photo essay, page 78).
budget and current-account deficits remains, Kudo said.
Jai Kudo, yet another enterprising business, was launched at the turn of the millennium and was recognised in 2011 as one of Britain's best performing export businesses, winning a place in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 100.
100% of the proceeds from this kudo given go directly to support the non-profit organization, Love, Light and Melody.
The Metropolitan Police Department identified the suspects as Tatsuya Kudo, 39, a former gangster from Shizuoka Prefecture, Yukio Miyahara, 39, and Katsuhisa Sato, 21, both unemployed residents of Tokyo.