Accolade

[play] Accolade is a 1950 play by the Welsh playwright Emlyn Williams. Accolade was first presented in London by H. M. Tennent Ltd, in association with Leland Hayward and Joshua Logan, at the Aldwych Theatre, on September 7, 1950, with Emlyn Williams as Will Trenting and a cast including Diana Churchill, Anthony Nicholls, Dora Bryan and Noe...
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accolade

praise approval 
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Accolade

Operational code-name for Allied attempt to capture the Dodecanese Islands in the Agean.
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accolade

Symbolic blow on the shoulders with the flat of the sword, given by the sovereign, or a representative, in conferring a knighthood. Also, high praise or approval. ...
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Accolade

Ac`co·lade' (ăk`ko*lād' or -lȧd'; 277), noun [ French accolade , Italian accolata , from accollare to embrace; Latin ad + collum neck.] 1. A ceremony formerly used in conferring knighthood, consisting of an embrace, and a slight blow on the ...
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Accolade

• (n.) A ceremony formerly used in conferring knighthood, consisting am embrace, and a slight blow on the shoulders with the flat blade of a sword. • (n.) A brace used to join two or more staves.
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accolade

accolade 1. An expression of approval; praise; any award, honor, or laudatory notice: 'The novel received accolades from various reviewers.' 2. A special acknowledgment; an award. 3. A ceremonial embrace, as of greeting or salutation. 4. Ceremonial bestowal of knighthood; a light touch on the shoulder with the flat side of the sword or formerly ...
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Accolade

In architecture, an accolade is an ornamental work composed of two ogee curves meeting in the middle. Accolades are found over arches, doors and windows and are often made from a richly decorated moulding.
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Accolade

In music an accolade is a brace used to join two or more staves.
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Accolade

[disambiguation] Accolade is a ceremony to confer knighthood. Accolade may also refer to: == See also == ...
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Accolade

Accolade is the ceremony by which knighthood is conferred. Originally it was an embrace around the neck, today is a gentle blow on the shoulders with the flat of a sword. An accolade is given by a Sovereign or his representative.
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Accolade

In the Middle Ages, the accolade (also known as dubbing or adoubement) was the central act in the rite of passage ceremonies conferring knighthood. ==Ceremony== The accolade is a ceremony to confer knighthood that may take many forms including, for example, the tapping of the flat side of a sword on the shoulders of a candidate or an embrace about...
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Accolade

[game company] Accolade, Inc. was an American video game developer and publisher of the 1980s and 1990s. Headquartered in San Jose, California, it was founded in 1984 by game industry veterans Alan Miller and Bob Whitehead. Miller and Whitehead founded Accolade after leaving another game developer and publisher they had founded, Activision,...
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Accolade

In architecture, an ornamental treatment over an opening consisting of ogee curves. Mostly over an arched window or door. ;
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accolade

curved architectural moulding; vertical line joining two musical staves
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accolade

a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction
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