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round of applause

A round of clapping, often as a show of approval or appreciation. Let's welcome our special guest with a round of applause!
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anal applause

n. the release of intestinal gas. (Jocular.) Who is responsible for this pungent anal applause?
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The acquisition combines the technology and broad customer adoption of Applause Digital Experience solutions with Vista's strategic and operational expertise for high-growth technology companies.
The Applause crowd community features more than 250,000 experienced quality assurance testers around the world.
Mehmas gave the form a boost on Tuesday with a fine second in the Coventry Stakes and, being a son of soft-ground sprinter Mayson, Global Applause should have no problem with the easy terrain.
The local league goalkeeper was an avid Town supporter and his friends wanted to pay their respects with the applause during the game against Cardiff.
She said: "When the fans broke out into applause it was so emotional for me.
So let the applause be a signal to the loved ones of the dead and injured that we share their grief and share their outrage that the authorities are refusing to track down the perpestrators.
UTest -- which just changed its name to Applause -- was founded to help such app developers to find those problems before launch.
It's not remotely the same and it's a bad decision to substitute applause for silence.
They found that it took just one or two people to clap together to build a ripple of applause.
All proceeds benefit youth theater programs at Applause Academy MA, Inc, a non-profit theater for kids.
I've just watched darts on telly and people held a two-minute applause to commemorate Jocky Wilson.
They began with a slow number, ``Walsingham,'' and when they finished, the audience was hesitant at first -- giving the song an appropriate bit of silence -- before bursting into applause.
Bishop Wellington Boone, a black preacher, distributed a pamphlet entitled, "The Rape of the Civil Rights Movement: How Sodomites Are Using Civil Rights Rhetoric to Advance Their Preference for Sexual Perversion" Jenn Giroux of Cincinnati's medievalist Citizens of Community Values denounced feminism and proclaimed, to enthusiastic applause, "We want to be protected by men
There is no simple answer to whether applause is appropriate in the liturgy.
Following two successful seasons at St George's Hotel, they bring this year's show, Applause Applause, to a new venue, Llandudno Town Hall, Lloyd Street, every Sunday until October 1 at 8pm.