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happiness

(hăp′ē-nĕs) [ME.]
A subjective sense of well-being. A bright and positive outlook toward life.
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General admission tickets are PS35* each, or why not go for our Gladness Beer Bundle package for PS55* *Booking fee applies and racecourse ticket prices may vary
The Gladness has attracted four runners with Group 1 form and another of these, Sovereign Debt, makes plenty of appeal.
He also expressed gladness for his participation in and remarkable contributions to the 34th GCC summit.
The book of gladness / le livre de Leesce; a 14th century defense of women, in English and French.
The Nutty Boys have created a new lager called Gladness and he says people would be better off wearing that than anything 1D have invented.
Singer Suggs of 80s ska band Madness say they are "very proud" of their own beer Gladness, produced by the Growler Brewery in Essex.
He said: "Since the election of Pope Francis I have seen faces radiant with joy and gladness with a feeling we know him already.
It has its moments of sadness, as well as gladness.
For his part, Shaikh Khalifa expressed gladness at visiting Pakistan and meeting president Zardari.
Trade Union of the Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers organized a great mobilization and a Jihadi day today, Monday 23rd of April 2012, to express gladness of the staff on the occasion of Heglig liberation and to announce their support for the leadership of the Country and its Armed Forces.
On the other hand, the French ambassador expressed his gladness to serve the Kingdom of Bahrain which is linked to France with friendly and deep rooted relations, praising the Kingdom's reform measures and steps.
Joy and gladness fill my life, Well actually that's a lie, I just feel as I always have, That quite soon I shall die.