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causing a surge of emotion or excitement

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Winnie Richards tells Jack that the sight of a grizzly bear is "so electrifyingly strange that it gives you a renewed sense of yourself - a fresh awareness of the self - the self in terms of a unique and horrific situation.
Micro Chargers([TM]), an electrifyingly fast new line of micro-sized, collectible race cars that feature quick-charge technology for fast-paced racing, jumping and stunts, has raced into the winner's circle with strong sales since the brand's release on August 1.
Gilly Macmillan Piatkus, out Thursday There's heart-in-the-mouth excitement from the start of this electrifyingly good debut.
In this electrifyingly imaginative account, Kostigen describes escaping from Iranian assassins who descend upon his Beverly Hills home seeking retribution for the charges he made in his 2012 hardcover, GOLDEN DAWN, about a maniacal ayatollah.
Their aggressive and highly strung account of the Beethoven's first movement drama, compacted into a few minutes, seemed to produce some tuning distortions that were electrifyingly appropriate, and the re-working of Bach's style in the second movement sounded luminous and just as distracting as Beethoven intended.
But when the dancing is wonderful or the ideas bright and fresh, or even, sometimes, when the performance is electrifyingly bad, I'd rather be watching dance and writing about it than doing anything else.
The Soul will be offered in two trim levels, the 1 and 2, as well as three special edition models: the Samba, Shaker and the electrifyingly hot Burner.
Django Bates, who in recent years has swapped his English postcode for a Danish one, led the electrifyingly brilliant band from Copenhagen's Rhythmic Music Conservatory, otherwise known a storm Chaser, in a joyous celebration of his music and their youth.
Like the fierce winds it is named after that sweep across the African deserts the all-new Volkswagen Scirocco is hot, sultry and electrifyingly fast.
But not by Rafael Benitez, simply because it promises to be the most telling in terms of what what we can expect from a team that electrifyingly conquered Europe yet left English league followers thoroughly underwhelmed.
From the same production house that created American Idol, The X Factor, and America's Got Talent, the new show "Take Me Out"is a provocative and electrifyingly funny TV dating show - where it really is first impressions that count.
Hot, sultry and electrifyingly fast, the once legendary name is back and about to ignite the German giant's sporting pedigree once more.
Both thoughtful and packed with suspense, thrills and plot twists that keep you guessing until the final seconds, this is electrifyingly intelligent filmmaking.
It is a rough, physically demanding, electrifyingly entertaining, and above all fan-friendly sport.
It included a spacious reading of the Beethoven slow movement, prefacing the finale, where Delfs' heralding summonses were electrifyingly taut.