exult


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be joyful

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revel

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to feel or express an uplifting joy over a success or victory

to feel or take joy or pleasure

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feel extreme happiness or elation

to express great joy

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We congratulate Exult on being one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the country.
Exult IT Infrastructure and Services currently provides end-to-end IT solutions focused on business needs.
As previously disclosed, sales restrictions on remaining Class B and Class C shares, and shares held by certain Exult senior executives are expected to lapse on June 27, 2005.
At that time, Exult expects to have at least 680 people working in a Charlotte center, doing benefits and HR administration for Bank of America as well as several other companies in the United States and in the United Kingdom.
To celebrate the completion of its merger with Exult, Hewitt will ring the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Monday, October 4.
International Paper is extremely pleased with the merger between Hewitt and Exult as we expect to realize significant benefits from their combined portfolio of global products and services," said Paul Karre, vice president of U.
The transaction is expected to increase revenue growth rates, enhance future profitability, and create long-term value for clients and stockholders of Hewitt and Exult.
Barnum-like, he exults, ``At the end of this process, there will be two people who will star in a very'' - and here, he pauses to choose his words carefully - ``high-end motion picture.
Chicago-born Del Valle is a diminutive but powerhouse performer who exults in the lessons learned from her confident, stay-at-home mother (``In the Cocina''); her recognition of the transcendent artistry of Latin jazz pioneer ``Tito Puente'' (performed with the immensely talented Lemon); her haunting treatise on loneliness (``Hood Days''); and her triumphant declaration of self-worth (``Descendancy'').
Ndibe is a gifted writer and an adept storyteller, who clearly exults in the telling.
As did painters like Turner and Friedrich, Niedermayr exults in the sheer drama of the place, where nature takes on a frosty and inhospitable grandeur.
Federal electronic currency, or FEDEC, would cripple "underground illicit activities" and "generate billions of dollars in previously unreported tax revenues," Warwick exults.
It also calls into question whether Andrea's book, unread by me, is as lacking in autobiographical inquiry as a Duras' roman a clef exults in the stuff.
Brian Anderson of the City Paper, a publication of the neo-conservative Manhattan Institute, exults that CBS' decision to spike the miniseries "marks a watershed in America's culture wars.
This was a breakthrough term," exults Yale Law School professor Harold Koh, assistant secretary of state for human rights under Bill Clinton.