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uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm

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extravagantly demonstrative

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The auspicious Monday meeting held in Raiwind focused on resumption, carrying forward of composite dialogue between two countries, in order to resolve long-standing issues, while the Indian emissary also conveyed good wishes of Indian Prime Minister for Mian Sahib, who responded to the courtesy effusively and with high-spirits.
His service was praised effusively in statements from politicians from both parties.
In one text Cameron thanked the former ex-News International chief effusively for letting him ride one of her family's horses.
Brochere will neither confirm nor deny any of that, but she does speak effusively about the Oscar-winning Lange.
Well there were no zombies giving interviews, no chainsaw wielding maniacs gushing effusively, but the tension was palpable and the stakes were high yesterday as www.
Not since Stalin's show trials of the 1930s has a defendant so effusively praised a judge who seemed bound to condemn her at a trial where no witness or evidence against her was presented.
THE news item in the Mail on May 25 about the email sent by the Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt effusively exhorting the Prime Minister to support Rupert Murdoch's BSkyB takeover bid on the eve of David Cameron appointing him to the role of overseeing the proposed deal brings to mind Lord Norwich, better known as Duff Cooper.
The central character, Sean (Gyllenhaal) is confused about his own identity so the viewer must muddle through the mystery with him to discover who he really is and what he is doing on a fast-bound train heading towards Chicago, with a pretty female companion (Monaghan) who keeps thanking him effusively for his good advice, which she assures him she has taken.
The years have passed slowly and unfortunately nothing much has changed for us and even the Filipina from whom I buy the raffle ticket doesn't smile so effusively now when she hands me the impressive envelope with the gold trimming.
The case, which received widespread media coverage, was highly embarrassing for LIDER presidential candidate Manuel Baldizon, who denied that Marroquin belonged to his party even though local newspaper El Metropolitano published a photograph in which both candidates effusively shook hands during the launch of LIDER's election campaign in San Jose Pinula.
There is a tradition of some duration in interpreting the Song to compare portions of it to the Syrian wag tradition, a poetic style that effusively praises an individual.
Plaza (until recently the world's tallest residential building) and West Side redevelopment Riverside South, praised Kondylis effusively, saying, "I've never told you this, Costas, because I wanted you to keep your fees down.
Take a cue from Nureyev, who was known to perspire effusively, and keep a towel handy.
Christian Hamilton was naturally bullish; Vettel was again giving little away as to his plans; Webber spoke effusively of his season, and Alonso dismissed the theory he would be a tainted champion.
It was published a month after the declaration of war and was greeted effusively in England, setting a trend that endures to this day east of Offa's Dyke.