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uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm

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extravagantly demonstrative

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com/what-can-stop-volcanoes-erupting-old-magma-acts-earth-condom-2620753) lava , the stiffened molten rock, that creates a more explosive eruption as opposed to an effusive one.
However, the learning process of her first start suggests Effusive will be a different proposition here.
This range of bubble densities distinct in these pumice samples indicates that the lava erupting from the caldera was neither vigorous enough for an explosive eruption, nor gentle enough for an effusive flow.
I vividly recall one performance at Playwrights when no less than Stephen Sondheim, Hal Prince, Sheldon Harnick and Graciela Daniele were in the audience, and all most effusive in their praise.
United manager Alex Ferguson was effusive in his praise for Berbatov after the match, but gave no indication that he plans to play the Bulgarian more often, saying that he was happy with the play of his first-choice players and thought there was no need to upset the chemistry of the starting line-up.
A former Mossad director was unusually effusive in his praise for President Obama's handling of the crisis at Israel's Cairo embassy last weekend.
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and Governor David Paterson were equally effusive in their praise, describing the development as "a dream" and "a boon to Brooklyn," respectively.
Following the game, O'Neill was naturally effusive in his praise for the 24-year-old, who looks to be fast securing himself a ticket to the World Cup in coach Fabio Capello's England squad.
In an interview with Fox News Sunday, Petraeus indicated that the effusive rhetoric used by Ahmadi-nejad and his demands that Arabs recognize Iran's leadership in the region have agitated many Arabs.
After an effusive hour talking about epoxy--the expensive glue used to heal wood's cracks into natural patterns-Pappalardo justifies his meticulous fixation by saying, "The time and relaxation and everything about it, analytical and mechanical--it's a timeless tradition.
He's well spoken, grateful for being appreciated, effusive in his gratitude to parents who brought him up the right way, and mindful of the cliche that you're only as good as your last game.
Nicholas Payton improvises with his effusive trumpet over the bouncy "Lover Come Back," and only bassist Reginald Veal accompanies Wilson on the sensuous slow ooze of "The Very Thought of You.
Backers of the Iraq War don't make effusive claims about democracy anymore.
Her voice was always very effusive and she wrote very effusive letters.
Her signing off the last of her four letters to Dodi with the words "fondest love" was typical of her effusive style.