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the amount of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a point on a surface

highly enthusiastic

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YOUR correspondent Andy McGregor writes rather glowingly (Views of the North, January 10) regarding the great benefit of the mid-term review and how mature and sensible the Lib Dems and Tories are proving to be.
Not everything that's posted on the blog is glowingly positive either - there's plenty of negative opinions shared on there too, be they about the way Cardiff has been redeveloped over the years, or about the cultural scene here.
Yet in his words on these pages, while he speaks glowingly of the group he co-founded, he in fact does not dispute one fact I cited, Not one.
They spoke glowingly about the people who helped them in their careers to get to the point where they are today, and put them in a position to pay the favor forward.
O OOften you donOt know what youOve got till itOs gone so it speaks glowingly of our countryside that expats around the world miss it so much,O he added.
These state-of-the-art units, which are currently found in Cinemark and UltraStar Cinemas, have been written about and glowingly reviewed in publications and portals that include PC Magazine, MarketWatch, Vending Times, and the San Diego Union Tribune - to name a few.
Glowingly referred by last year's double money-list champion Luke Donald, Alred can also boast testimonials from goalkeepers Shay Given, David James and Mark Schwartzer.
She noted that Qatar is now glowingly inscribed on the world map.
Christie spoke glowingly of American exceptionalism.
But throughout the poor run has Martinez has spoken glowingly of his players' efforts and feels they are unlucky not to have collected more points.
We as students could ask him questions that journalists have not," said Rushva Parishar, a second- year management student of Jai Hind College, exuding the confidence of the new generation that the President and First Lady Michelle Obama spoke about so glowingly.
We then heard a former chief scientific officer talk glowingly about Tesco having "to be given credit for taking a leadership role", before being shown a clip of a sweaty upper-lipped Sir Terry Leahy expounding on the need to tackle climate change and an interview with a less strident than usual Lucy Neville-Rolfe talking about helping consumers overcome their sense of hopelessness (aah bless).
Judging by their glowingly positive reactions, the elegant phone looks set to be one of the most sought-after items this season among discerning fashionistas.
Four months before John McCain surprised the nation with his choice of Sarah Palin for a running mate, Charles Scaliger wrote glowingly about the Alaska governor in THE NEW AMERICAN'S March 31, 2008 issue.
Asked about his most special Olympic memory, Federer initially spoke glowingly of the experience of carrying the Swiss flag at the opening ceremony in Athens.