Seven years may be how long it takes for a given class of investors to forget about the risk of a crash, to decide exuberantly
that they are living in a new world, and to overextend themselves.
During a time of doubt, despair and sickness, a little girl with a performer's smile skipped up to me exuberantly
and shrilled, 'Hello Uncle
This process is embellished and energized by the Socratic method of questioning, the ancient Hebrew sense of justice and commitment and, as he so elegantly states, the "painful eloquence of the blues; and exuberantly
in the improvisational virtuosity of jazz.
and we're at a stage where it's sensible to put down roots in a buoyant and exuberantly
The explosive arrival of a love child who is exuberantly
unsophisticated and very teenagery is the last thing everyone expects.
Somehow Greenspan's old tale overlooked the fact that the one and only cause of inflation is an expansion of the money supply by the Federal Reserve System itself, a power that Greenspan has exuberantly
exercised during his entire tenure.
In an "Excursus" on "Painting for Pleasure," Gibson, an established scholar of comic painting, exuberantly
details the antique roots and Renaissance revival of painting without overweening moral ambition.
What you did wrong was do it in private, exuberantly
, over a lunch table with people who have an obvious bias rather than in front of your boss and the owners' representatives where expressing such views is appropriate, even essential, to a successful outcome for your organization.
If a summer camp experience left no footprint on the mind of a child, it is unlikely that next generations of campers would be encouraged so exuberantly
by their parents to carry on the family history of going to camp.
I'd recommend it even if it weren't so exuberantly
characterized by Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn and his Nashville Symphony players.
The golden mesh can be tantalizing glimpsed from the entrance foyer, up the main, exuberantly
pink stairwell which immediately comes into view once you get beyond the utterly plain, grid-like facade.
Evans uses the words of Ward Madden in 1970 to express the anxiety of scientists: "Science is exuberantly
flooding the world with knowledge.