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characterized by intense emotion

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His vocal performance was extraordinary, swinging between impassioned blues holler and corrupted choirboy soprano.
Ottawa--On March 16, Liberal Senator Laurier LaPierre delivered an impassioned speech in the Upper House in support of same-sex "marriage.
A renowned entomologist and a champion of biodiversity for many years, Wilson makes an impassioned and compelling plea for saving species while giving a balanced account of the current state of affairs.
When reasonable people are turned into impassioned zealots, terrorism wins--regardless of whether "we get bin Laden.
For those willing to make the effort, the book is an impassioned and worthy addition to the literature on value creation.
Brian Harbour delivered an impassioned defense of church-state separation during recent religious services attended by President Bill Clinton.
The 19th annual Atlantic Film Festival unleashed a record number of Atlantic features, including the long-awaited Halifax premiere of hometown boy Thom Fitzgerald's Beefcake, along with New Brunswick director Rodrigue Jean's impassioned Full Blast, Stephen Reynolds's The Divine Ryans and Mike Clattenburg's Trailer Park Boys.
It was an impassioned speech, full of yearning for a world without tradeoffs, a world of pristine environments and endless job opportunities.
Hall's activist concern with pedagogy is also evident in her impassioned reflection, in the epilogue, on her position as a black feminist writing and teaching in a largely white academy; not content to leave her study in the purely historical and academic registers, she situates it in the contemporary politics of race and gender.
But then, that might be because, as Brenda Walcott, who spoke so beautifully at the conference, once confided to me, "Anyone who could survive the impassioned and withering criticism in that workshop could survive anything later short of murder.
Survivors of an epic battle, witnesses to an impassioned speech, this trio is today providing seeds for the future.
It is also an impassioned plea that readers focus not on Martin and Malcolm's differences but on the ties that bind and build on both their legacies.
Anecdotes like this are amusing, but as Kenichi Ohmae warns his countrymen in this slender, impassioned book, Japan's inability to communicate with the rest of the world has pushed that country to the brink of economic disaster.
Answers" today ignited an impassioned string of responses from women who were previously unaware of endometriosis migration.
Anna, 28, started out on the road towards her torrid, impassioned debut album early in life.