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A little history lesson and the reason I settled on the name Accolade:
Back in the day (which was a Wednesday) when we lived in castles and fought with swords, the men that fought in the wars were just that, warriors. They were either fighting in combat or training for combat, nothing else. So often when a king would attempt to bring a valiant warrior into the castle and honor him, he was so brutish that he would push people around and break priceless heirlooms, effectively hurting the same people he had fought his entire life to protect.
Fast forward about 500 years, one of the top losses in the nightclub and bar industry comes from lawsuits because bouncers put their hands on people and hurt the patrons they're there to protect.
The kings were forced to create the Code of Chivalry and the term 'gentleman' also comes from gentling the appearance and demeanor of the warriors. Once the warriors were successfully "gentled" they could become knights. The original definition of the term accolade (before it was broadened to encompass all achievements) was the act of dubbing a man a knight:
a light touch on the shoulder with the flat side of the sword or formerly by an embrace, done in the ceremony of conferring knighthood.