Whoever, therefore, relishes the cultural harvest of the ages in any of its many facets and does not wish to be without it, and most surely the praiser
and advocate of progress, should see in mortality a blessing and not a curse.
a Nursingr and medical staff arer so often being criticised and I feel theye don't' get enough praiser
for the greatr work theye do.
Wood describes Updike as "the praiser
of God's wondrous world" whose writing suggests that the "evidence" of God is "everywhere present" in the world (Comedy 194).
By this we may gather a very good rule to discover passions, for if that you see one much to please himself with others' praises, and (as it were) to feed upon the wind of men's words, doubt not but self-love and vanity posses the best tenement of his heart: And this you may know, if the person praised, either openly confess it, underhand insinuate it, or as it were with a smiling countenance silently approve it, for as gold is tried by fire, so a man by the mouth of a praiser
If an ap praiser
is to begin larger or more specialized assignments, training should provide the resources the appraiser will need to do the assignments.