exhilaration


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Furthermore, the summer Exhilaration elements include opportunities to become better acquainted with Abu Dhabi s family attractions with a complimentary shuttle service to and from the new Yas Waterworld located on Yas Island, and a complimentary shuttle service to and from Yas Island s Ferrari World, for guests seeking an adrenaline-pumping experience.
Fans will have a unique view from the 3-story tall structure, and at speeds of over 20 mph, the Fly Wire[TM] Zip Line will add to the exhilaration of an already exciting day.
Just prior to the players running on the pitch came the strains of Local Hero, and I have never forgot the exhilaration of that moment.
She uses it for relaxation, mental clarification, challenge and exhilaration.
The exhilaration of winning the 2005 NCAA team title as a Stanford freshman hasn't worn off on Lindsay Flacks yet.
Some of the lyrics are dodgy, such as Uncle Jonny's "When everybody id refrain/Uncle Jonny did cocaine" but there's pure exhilaration in the title song and Bowie-like paranoia in For Reasons Unknown.
And in conclusion: "Suddenly he's gripped by a heady exhilaration.
The exhilaration, both intellectual and physical, which grips the architect at such a moment is one consolation for the inevitable merry-go-round of prosaic matters which accompany the creation of a building itself.
The words challenge the viewer to be more a part of "the moment," more connected, and no matter how many times you watch, it leaves you hovering between exhilaration and disappointment, ease and angst, vitality and numbness.
Lexus is also aiming to become the new global premium brand for the 21st century through continued, uncompromised efforts in all aspects of development, production and sales, making every moment for its customers filled with exhilaration and comfort.
Making music with others is one of the joys of being a musician, offering opportunities to exchange musical ideas, socialize with one's peers and ultimately share the exhilaration of the performance experience.
While it's fun watching him in this site-specific setting--part of PAB's educational outreach program--it's sheer exhilaration to witness the way he weds a choreographic idea with a musical score to make magic on the stage.
Whether it be flowers or possessions, money, tomatoes, or time, when we take the risk, when we give more than we thought we could, more than might have been strictly prudent, more than others might advise, more than we had previously thought possible, we find the exhilaration of one of the biggest rushes there is--God's reckless love.
To know the exhilaration, euphoria, and power that comes with the exhaustion and pain of giving birth is truly empowering.
The sense of exhilaration and liberty was extraordinary, as if people indefinitely confined in a cramped cell had suddenly been allowed to stretch and exercise.