"I am going to do everything in my power to be the best and to meet my long-term goal of making the Olympic team," she effuses
"I view this as being the most exciting company in the most exciting business in the world," he effuses
To Christian critics of the occult, Halloween is a dangerous time "when Satanists and witches covens meet to cast their spells and perform grotesque rituals." To Martha Stewart, Halloween is a "traditional and lovely thing for children and adults to enjoy." She effuses
over her "sandwitches." It seems that Satan's influence is subliminable.
Dan Stodola, a master brewer at Ybor and another industry devotee, effuses
about the fine art of brewing.
`It's graphically beautiful,' the London designer effuses
One company that produces lesson plans for corporations effuses
about the benefits of advertising to kids in school: "Let Lifetime Learning Systems bring your message to the classroom, where young people are forming attitudes that will last a lifetime...
"We're exporting something of our culture," effuses
Nancy Light of the Wine Institute, an industry trade group that's divided some $10 million in federal money among California wine groups since the marketing program began.
"Colin has quickly become one of my go-to designers, and I know that other local theatres and directors feel the same way about him," effuses
Seth Rozin, producing artistic director of InterAct.
"With your coming, heaven descends upon the earth," effuses
The mix and match collections are distinguished by their use of decorative decals, according to Meyer, "which personalizes the patterns and effuses
them with the well-known style and point of view of each celebrity."
"It was a fantastic experience," effuses
Morales, "Guillermo loved how we'd got into the feminine psyche and helped us sharpen the tension."
"I'm quite clumsy in private," she effuses
. "I walk into doors.