commender

commender

(kəˈmɛndə)
n
a person who commends
References in classic literature ?
He is a great teacher, a corrector of morals, a censor of vice, and a commender of virtue.
It is not clear what level of injuries the three men sustained, but Crew Commender Blomfield said all three had been conscious and breathing when they were taken away from the scene.
Salah, "Exploiting user demographic attributes for solving cold-start problem in re commender system," Lecture Notes on Software Engineering, vol.
Speaking during the event, Commender of Land Forces Language School Col.
LTC Lance Oskey is currently the commender of the 2nd Battalion, 54th Infantry Regiment (One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Ga.
My kind commender mentions "The Deacon," a short and perhaps small story about the humble, marginal position of churches in our contemporary landscape.
She recalled: "The gunner shouted down that the vehicle commender was injured.
In 1976 Sergio Garrone made SS Experiment Camp, about a Nazi commender who seeks to cure his impotence by having a healthy men's testicles implanted in his scrotum.
I called the army recruiting office in Whittier and spoke to Sergeant First Class Gregory Moorer, the station commender. According to him, a recruit will be admitted to the army at pay grade E3 if he has been an Eagle Scout for three years.
Captain Erik Krivda is currently serving as the company commender of C Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division.