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vote of thanks

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvote of thanksˌvote of ˈthanks noun   propose a vote of thanks (to somebody)
Examples from the Corpus
vote of thanksFor this alone, Gould deserves a vote of thanks.Congress formally passed a vote of thanks to the new president.Chairman Gerald Davies proposed a vote of thanks.I did listen to him proposing a vote of thanks occasionally, and I was always glad when he sat down.A special vote of thanks was given on behalf of Adult Education in Kingston.A special vote of thanks went to the organiser, Graham Davies.Jim Bamford gave the vote of thanks on behalf of the fellowship.Then Ramsey rose to second the vote of thanks.
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