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uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm

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extravagantly demonstrative

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Finally, in his effusively polite way, Tunick thanked us and asked if we would like to come back in the evening for a final shoot on the Millennium Bridge ( to be shown live on the BBC.
Saynor remembers it well as Hartley talked effusively non-stop for a quarter of an hour about how wonderful everything was.
But when I was thanked effusively for my time and effort and handed a pounds 2 Boots voucher, it occurred to me that in some small way a long held wish of mine had come true.
Maybe the Royals don't pamper you as effusively as they used to but, after Bullets took a brisk third-quarter jog to put 16 points between them and their opponents, they were safe to slip mentally into the jacuzzi for the final ten minutes.
"I try to raise the level of training and I think I managed to do it because I'm really pleased with all these things." Mourinho spoke effusively about summer signings Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic again but has no plans to sign a striker to compete with the 26-goal Lukaku.
They were all effusively welcomed by the hotel's general manager, Patrick Carroll.
He lacks the courage of his convictions to go public,preferring to gush effusively about Blair's latest misconceived project like a lovesick teenage beau about the object of his devotion,maintaining an external show of solidarity with the man he privately despises,Tony Blair.
On February 25th, new Afghan leader Hamid Karzai effusively thanked and praised his kind allies who have saved Afghanistan from ruin.
Recent speculation has suggested Ibrahimovic could move to the United States before United's campaign concludes, and the 36-year-old spoke effusively about Los Angeles.
Contestants are consistently and effusively praised for their fantastic, amazing, fun-filled, mega, super, sobra, stupendous, great and downright perfect performances!
"Our nation is in prayer," intoned Mitt Romney, president of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC), insisting that the torch has become "a symbol of the heroes of our community, those who lost their lives and their loved ones." But Romney, like many others, sees the Olympic flame as the emblem of a larger ideal that "binds each of us to the family of mankind." Billy Payne, president of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, praised the torch's symbolism even more effusively than Romney: "This precious, magical flame can illuminate us all with its hope of a brighter future.
The Reds are believed to have scouted Sanchez was he was only 19 at Udinese in 2009 and the following year Ferguson spoke effusively about the Chile international to foreign reporters.
Take the film's appropriately cast muse, Kiray-it's amusing to see her manipulating people to get what she wants, but she's just as effusively funny with her guilt-ridden hangdog looks.
West Ham manager David Moyes is reportedly open to offloading former United striker Javier Hernandez this month and Mourinho spoke effusively about the Mexican last season.
It's a rare gift of joy to be able to celebrate a loved one's 100th year, and drink deep of the centennial continuum she embodies, so the celebrant's well-wishers were thrilled to effusively wish her-an even longer life!