Just ask Stan, who euphorically
comes down the stairs, after "taking care'' of her, wearing only boxer shorts, tattooed with lipstick kisses.
The entire crowd sings along euphorically
with "Paranoid"s anthemic chorus: I'm fuckin round with two bitches/ But I never make them hoes my MiSSUS.
Amir Kassaei, Global Chief Creative Officer of DDB and this year's Film Lions Jury President, punching the air euphorically
at his desk.
Fielding (2004) euphorically
speaks of a "new wave" in student voice initiatives, referring to the reemerging field of student voice in the U.
Following the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall, the USSR collapse and the Gulf War blitzkrieg in 1991, we euphorically
anticipated an uninterrupted continuation of the American Century into the new one.
On the one hand, he wants visitors to euphorically
float away from the Ikon having seen the best of world art.
For one thing, as it now seems, the euphorically
tam-tamed "Facebook revolutions" across MENA were rather a strategic distractions "innocently" dressed up in the diverting banality of social media networks.
But while Wigan's travelling fans celebrated euphorically
, there were no champagne corks popping for the players.
Albania as a NATO member-state has mechanism to oppose the Serbian institutional policy but I have the feeling that the political factor in the region acts euphorically
and not rationally.
That also means that they must not carelessly or even euphorically
grasp any attractive technical novelty appearing on the horizon.
Scenes located in pubs where gangs gather together to drink and euphorically
chant to the glory of their teams in Green Street, or within the prison walls where convicts train in preparation for a football match against guards in Mean Machine (which clearly echoes John Huston's Victory) are recurrently set to rock rhythms as well.
sweet vocals carry this pop–soul tune right through to its end.
In the last few years, some have dismissed PAC and euphorically
embraced mobile phones as a new panacea for development (Heeks, 2009).
The final poet to be introduced also closes the study, which began so euphorically
with Regelson's praise of Hebrew, on a dour note.
He realizes that he shared his fascination for twins with Mengele and understands that while he was euphorically
stuffing his mattress with boys' hair, this was indeed a reflection of the grim reality in the death camps where the hair of the victims was recycled for various purposes.