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praisingly

(ˈpreɪzɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a praising manner; with praise
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Praisingly, many organizations- which have basic objective of growing and expanding their own value by generating huge profits- are taking cooperatively active measures against such damages- i.e., making production by applying contra-harming strategies and introducing echo-friendly products in the market.
What Sun Chuo wrote praisingly of Yu Liang [??] (289-340) in his epitaph not only aptly characterizes Sun's own approach to nature here, but it also suggests that xuan may function as a mode of thought: "facing mountains and rivers in mystic contemplation" [??].
Andy Blue wrote praisingly in the Chronicle when the Riesling was released in 1981.