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give props to (one)

To praise and show one respect. Thank you, but I have to give props to Jeanne, who organized this entire event for us.
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"We've gotta give props to Liberty PD for using their senses to sniff him out!" the sheriff's department told St.
I would like to give props to Gideon Lasco for how he debunked the myth of the indolent Filipino, particularly his point that indolence among the poor is not the cause of their poverty, but rather the effect of the system that keeps them from escaping such conditions ('The myth of the lazy poor' 3/21/19).
For now, lets celebrate and give props to the venues across Northern Ireland still fighting the good fight.
I give props to Manny Pacquiao," said Broner, who refused to believe that the decision was not his.
Jake: I give props to people still putting on shows that kids can attend--all-ages events.
Caitlyn Jenner was more than willing to give props to some of the amazing moms she has come across during her lifetime on Mother's Day.
Eva cites the 19th-century English novelists the Bronte sisters as inspirations--but is quick to give props to Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris.
I'm also really into hip hop, and Glasgow is lucky enough to have very talented MCs and producers including Bram Gieben (aka Texture) who also runs Black Lantern Music - an online label, Kid Robotik and the TOGO collective, and way too many to give props to here.
Speaking about the Foxes, City's next opponents, De Bruyne said: "You have to give props to them - they're doing really well.
If you're into woodworking and you enjoy watching YouTube videos, you're missing out if you're not watching Frank Howarth and Mathias Wandel I give props to The Wood Whisperer, he is awesome and really got me started in woodworking videos
We thought it would be a nice thing to give props to Brum.
I give props to the managers for helping me rebound."
The span of Blue Cross and Blue Shield licensees is amazing, but we have to give props to both Florida Blue Cross & Blue Shield and the Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) Blue Cross and Blue Shield for adding their own personality to their versions of the BC&BS logos.
Some other online reviewers have complained that it was way too easy to figure it all out and while part of me is inclined to agree with them I still have to give props to writer Matthew Robert Kelly because I think it is still effective regardless." The film premiered on the internet on 30 April in China, and was only released on DVD in the United States on 20 May this year.
I think she's doing her thing and being herself so I give props to her."