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giving great pleasure or delight

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Prince Edward expressed his delightfulness for visiting the Sultanate of Oman to which his country has great appreciation and respect due to its balanced policy pursued at the domestic and foreign fronts which earned it the trust and respect of world countries.
The British MPs expressed their delightfulness on the achievements and unprecedented growth made by the University in a short span of time.
During heavy work you need some delightfulness (sic)," she added.
And despite the charm," Dewald continues, "the spontaneity and apparent delightfulness of much of the content of the Histories, the ultimate objective of its author .
However the situation may turn out to be very complicated, and, in general, the question is: how do the singularities of the configuration influence the lack of delightfulness and in particular the combinatorial computation of [v.
Far out to sea and west of Spain,/There is a country named Cokaygne," goes the poetic description of medieval utopia that could be describing Hayes' destinations, "No place on earth compares to this/ For sheer delightfulness and bliss.
Capturing the sixteenth-century faith in the puissant nature of poetry, Spenser's friend and contemporary, Sir Philip Sidney, claims "the ever-praiseworthy Poesy is full of virtue-breeding delightfulness.
Expressing delightfulness on construction of the building Tani said more than a dozen religious seminaries would be also built in the province in accordance to the new plan of his department.
Its delightfulness, however, complemented by a well-equipped kitchen, comfortable furnishings and even a flower bedecked garden area.
The Beautiful is that which gives splendor to Truth (verum), and delightfulness (voluptas) to the Good (bonum).
Martin da Canal similarly points to the currency of French in the world and its delightfulness to read or hear.
As a monk, he was a strong advocate of "the discipline" or self-flagellation but his sermons reveal a playfulness and delightfulness that seem inconsistent with his harsh ascetical practices and strident reform rhetoric.
We have now Canadians, quite the most charming creatures I have ever met in this war, and as for the French ones among them, words fail me to describe their delightfulness," a woman in Littlehampton wrote.
Like more and more of us in this privileged country, I have begun to question the delightfulness of certain luxuries, most especially that of e-mail.
For contributing to the delightfulness of past and present Tulip Time Scholarship Games.