Prepositions after "praise"

"praise for" or "praise by"?

In 38% of cases "praise for" is used

She got praised for Adventureland, as well.

praise for Kerouac's work is far from universal.

And he was highly praised for this, greatly admired.

She had high praise for her teacher, Rosamond Gaydash, who had a studio in Georgetown.

All three newbies, Varun, Siddharth and Alia, have been praised for their performances.

Narendra Modi was all praise for Anna and has never criticised TA or any of their members.

Paul Postma has always been praised for strong offensive abilities but long been questioned defensively, even in the AHL.

Do they have some evidence that Steve Gibson is Vacula? That said, Vacula seems to be getting much praise for stepping down.

He led the fight against Portuguese colonialism, introduced multi-party politics and was praised for raising living standards.

Coach Andrews all praise for Zol Maharashtra's U-19 coach from Australia, David Andrews, was all praise for Vijay Zol's effort.

In 20% of cases "praise by" is used

The rooms have been highly praised by guest for the size and comfort.

Products are sold at home and abroad, which was unanimously praised by users.

Forget young, even that old IMF dude who is praised by folks did few things not appreciable.

His ability to find insights and truths has been praised by clients and industry peers alike.

He is praised by others; honored, esteemed, and occupied with all the goals of temporal life.

His writing has been praised by Truman Capote, Saul Bellow, David Mamet, William Styron, Aharon Appelfeld, A.

You might have bought a stylish set of dining room furniture which looks beautiful and is praised by every visiting guest.

Kim portrayed his character as a son, who always wants to be recognized and praised by his father, through his emotional eyes.

I finally left the front line, as the Knights of the only surviving a few, we were highly praised by the South China Sea town.

He has been praised by some Labour MPs as a possible unity candidate, and could attract support for his stance against the Iraq war.

In 10% of cases "praise as" is used

Macdonald, was praised as the country's creator.

Deal sites were widely praised as a replacement for local advertising.

Stakhanov was rewarded and praised as an example to all other workers.

The reviews have been glowing, with Angry Birds Star Wars being praised as the best in the franchise.

By the first week of August, PSY's Gangnam Style had been praised as a viral YouTube sensation by major U.

She has made it so far with a lot of grace and style and responds very well to praise as well as criticism.

While the development programme has been widely praised as the country's greenest blueprint to date, how it is actually being implemented is less clear.

Ryan, 42, has been viewed by Republicans as a game-changing pick for the Romney campaign--a rising star Republican who has been praised as a conservative intellectual.

In 10% of cases "praise in" is used

Songs and praises in the churches.

Which certainly isn't a decision praised in the Bible.

In contrast, Pakistan's military top brass was praised in glowing terms.

However I did nt however expect to see it praised in the Guardians website.

Lesotho is another small Africa country praised in its efforts to build democracy.

At the same time, I understand Hitler is praised in school textbooks in states ruled by Hindu extremists.

Al-Zaidi later testified that he was moved to throw his shoes because he did not know what achievements Bush was praising in Iraq.

In 10% of cases "praise to" is used

He would sing a thousand and one praises to them when they arrived in Valinor.

And all praise to the Maori Party for supporting rights recognition before commercial redress.

All praise to you but stop your ignorance by thinking a certain God will come from the sky and save us.

To be sure, pumpkins don't speak and zucchinis don't sing except through our prayers and praises to God.

praise to the Gods for the good betel! These be the thirteen virtues given, hard to meet in one thing blended, even in their happy heaven.

To think about Shri Guru's body is like thinking about everlasting Shri Shiva and to recite Shri Guru's name to praise to eternal Shiva's qualities.

Oh, Glaucus! a poet without a label; the wine may be good, but nobody will laud it! And what says Pythagoras? - ' Frankincense to the gods, but praise to man.

In 4% of cases "praise from" is used

In the end I followed Ted's suggestion of using Google Test (gtest ), which he's often praised from his work on Breakpad.

The Canadian character likes to hear us referenced or praised from outside Canada, but too often it strikes a sour note from campaigning Presidential contenders.

In 3% of cases "praise on" is used

Regardless, his fans send him praise on Weibo.

Obvious, person after person here has heaped praised on her.

He called for the creation of environmental policy and praised on going deliberations on the environmental management and coordination act.

Glad you identified every one-- I have never met Agnes--- I am happy t o have both Kwabs and praise on the same date--- I will have to make a point of remembering both of them.

In 1% of cases "praise about" is used

You guys, you make me laugh by creating dummy accounts on Twitter just to retweet or make favorite you're OWN comments / praises about JAOMIK.

In 1% of cases "praise over" is used

When a person attains a high status and position in the society or gains wealth, he hates to see someone other than him contest or go ahead of him or be praised over him.

In 1% of cases "praise upon" is used

Often times when someone intends to do Ghiba of a person, he initially heaps praises upon him.