morale-booster

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morale-booster

[mɒˈrɑːlbuːstəʳ] Ninyección f de ánimo
his recent win was a great morale-boostersu reciente victoria le levantó mucho la moral
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vvHis head lad 'Rochey' has been with me since we moved here and he's a massive morale-booster.
This win will act as a morale-booster for the Welsh Premiership's bottom club ahead of their Swalec Cup opening round match next Saturday at home to North Wales-based RGC 1404.
It was Brora's third away win of the season and a vital morale-booster with most of the north sides off on Scottish Cup duty.
I'D just like to comment on the email in Vent Your Spleen in Thursday's Evening Chronicle in which royalist John Welsh states: 'Many of the royals have seen service in the armed forces, it does no harm, it's a good morale-booster for the men and women of HM Forces'.
While Paul the psychic octopus can enjoy the fruits of his World Cup predictions (until he ends up in a paella, that is), some lucky shrimp in the wild have been getting a morale-booster of a different sort.
The heartfelt and emotional reception will have been a massive morale-booster.
But then maybe the MoD released the statistics as a morale-booster.
Scottish Secretary Jim Murphy said Thursday's victory in Glasgow North East gave the party a huge morale-booster and a "real sense" that it could win the next election.
Amid growing civil unrest in Iran religious leaders are using the failure as an anti-Israeli morale-booster.
Nonetheless, the result was a morale-booster - and the first victory at St Andrew's this season - and Blues have to build on it in the league against the table-propping Toffeemen, who have lost seven out of their last eight domestic matches.
He said: 'They say you're only as good as your last race, so, although the Melbourne result was a great morale-booster, we now have to start all over again in a race that will be a much tougher proposition.
Powell, President and CEO of the USO, has issued the following statement regarding the recent death of Bob Hope, the USO's tireless morale-booster for service men and women from World War II to the Gulf War: