ac·co·lade || 'ækəʊleɪd n. laurels, award or honor, expression of praise; brace or vertical line used in music to connect 2 or more staves (Music); ceremonial bestowal of knighthood by tapping on a person's shoulders with a sword; curved molding (Architecture)

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