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to speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

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China's SPR will pose significant new demands on a global market that is already strained," exclaims the China editor, "and that demand will remain for the foreseeable future.
When Giorgio Pretti exclaims that he's the "luckiest guy in the world," he's not simply uttering a typical musical cliche -- the multi-talented, world-renowned singer, songwriter and guitarist is reflecting on his extraordinary life as a living and breathing medical miracle.
Our commitment remains: the best wine at the best price," exclaims Bonnie Harvey, Founder and Vice President.
Mostly because the executives understand the value of good employees, are honest about their intentions and have the moral integrity to stand behind them," exclaims account specialist Genell O'Connor.
Our first night exceeded all our expectations," exclaims Paul Crouch Jr.
Organizations see the value in Ravel's approach: "Positively unique," exclaims Tony Robbins Productions.
We are very excited about this program," exclaims Richard Asperger, Director of Sales and Marketing.
When you have savvy investors who know what they want and insist on paying the lowest price possible, all they need is the source without a middleman, and that's what we provide," exclaims Quote Bond Corporation's CEO, Randy H.
The long awaited console (PS2) should provide entertainment for the entire family," exclaims creator Rick Dyer, "Shadoan is a classic for all ages and a must in everyone's classic gaming library
If for no other reason than to see the most remarkable dog on TV, "Call of the Wild" is worth watching," exclaims The Christian Science Monitor.
amp;uot;Pocketgram Valentines are engaging and whimsical and they have your very own message inside,&uot; exclaims software publisher Trina Clickner, Founder of Palmtop Publishing.