Kudos

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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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If you have people of repute and intellectual acumen in the senate, it is indeed far-fetched and improbable to expect that they would behave like robots and toe the party line blindly.
He added: "I remind myself that Andrew Martin was before me as the only potential transport manager for The Skiers Lodge Ltd and that it no longer has the required professional competence in view of my findings in relation to his transport manager repute. Had I not gone on to make adverse findings in relation to operator repute I would have granted a short period of grace, however this is academic in view of the clear loss of repute for the operator which ran illegally in Wales and operated unsafe vehicles to the extent that one suffered a wheel loss, something which can have a potentially catastrophic outcome.
Affirming that the carrier's on-time performance, customer service, safety and fleet maintenance reputations were unparalleled, the NIPR boss commended Air Peace's crew chosen for the 'Nigerian Crew Member of Repute' award; Captain Adesola Arasi, First Officer, Violet Enahoro, Ademola Olowolade, Ann Otiede, Yemisi Beckley and Paul Ijeh - for distinguishing themselves in their engagements with members of the flying public.
"I don't care about politicians of ill repute," said one woman, "but I am concerned about my man feeling put out."
The automatic penalty for loss of repute would be to revoke Ferris' operating licence.
However, he recommends further clarity in relation to what constitutes good repute' and in how the proposed regulation will interact with the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC).
This beach community north of Los Angeles hosted a thriving punk scene that became known as Nardcore, also spawning bands like Ill Repute, Stalag 13, Dr Know and RKL.
"It is clear that a man's reputation depended in part on the good repute of his female relatives." (p.
When Sarah asked to be declared married by habit and repute the move was opposed by Patrick's two daughters, who claimed he had paid her rent.