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characterized by intense emotion

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His impassioned plea comes in a setpiece address to the UN conference with time rapidly running out for deep disagreements to be resolved before leaders bid to broker a final deal tomorrow.
This month, we bring you Senator Russ Feingold's impassioned speech denouncing Bush's warrantless domestic wiretapping.
One room housed film footage from Ghostship, a decommissioned lightship treated with phosphorescent paint that haunted Scotsman's Bay near Dublin for three weeks in 1999, and Stabat Mater, 2004, a performance of Pergolesi's impassioned eighteenth-century composition in a deserted grotto--part industrial quarry, part religious shrine--on the remote island of Valentia, off the southwest coast of Ireland.
There is the Australian Johnny Huckle with his impassioned songs about healing and freedom for his Aboriginal people.
In another chapter, Brashier makes intelligent and impassioned arguments supporting the right of gay and lesbian couples to enter into legal marriages and enjoy spousal inheritance rights, stressing fairness.
Tin absolutely appalled she did not have the initials CPA after her name," Congressman Hall said in an impromptu but impassioned speech on the floor of the Maine House of Representatives.
Denmark Wheeler and his trophy wife, Sierra, are a dynamic twosome who seem to have it all--a loving and secure marriage; an impassioned love for each other; financial security and a healthy sex life.
The Death of Sardanapalus & Other Poems of the Iraq Wars is an impassioned, no-holds-barred critique written during the first term of President George W.
We have squabbles about gay and lesbian people, well in Victorian times the debate was equally as impassioned over whether a man could marry his deceased wife's sister.
From Rahner's literate and impassioned reply to a letter from one who loved God but was disillusioned with the Church, to his thoughts on the role of Mary in theology, to contemplations upon the inexplicable mysteries of terrible suffering in the modern world and what truly lies beyond death, Karl Rahner: Spiritual Writings is a profound contribution of a truly holy and selfless man to religion and spirituality shelves.
In the Adventures, Return, Casebook, and Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, as well as several TV films made from Conan Doyle's longer stories, Brett gives a meticulous and studied performance of the cerebral but impassioned detective's quest for the truth of the matter.
Perhaps the most moving song in Bare is "See Me," Peter's impassioned attempt to come out to a mother very much in denial.
It was delivered with an inspired, impassioned frenzy.
In state capitals across the country women legislators are making impassioned speeches and introducing resolutions aimed at building support for veterans health care and benefits.