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O'Dowd as that wicked Osborne delighted in doing (much to Amelia's terror, who implored him to spare her), fell back in the crowd, crowing and sputtering until he reached a safe distance, when he exploded amongst the astonished market-people with shrieks of yelling laughter.
Salton was delighted when Adam's reply arrived and sent a groom hot-foot to his crony, Sir Nathaniel de Salis, to inform him that his grand-nephew was due at Southampton on the twelfth of June.
Almost as much delighted as himself, I caught the little creature in my arms, and kissed him repeatedly.
Brandon is just the kind of man," said Willoughby one day, when they were talking of him together, "whom every body speaks well of, and nobody cares about; whom all are delighted to see, and nobody remembers to talk to.
Catherine was delighted with this extension of her Bath acquaintance, and almost forgot Mr.
You may be sure the royal children of Ev and their Queen mother were delighted at seeing again their beloved country; and when the towers of the palace of Ev came into view they could not forbear cheering at the sight.
The Scarecrow had fairly thrown himself upon the bosom of his old comrade, so surprised and delighted was he to see him again, and Tiktok squeezed the Tin Woodman's hand so earnestly that he dented some of his fingers.
Some school of thoughts describe delighted customers as the customers who are fully satisfied or totally satisfied [23].
Sheffield United wanted him to come over so I was delighted to persuade him to come here given the fact that there was other Irish and English clubs after him.
Leeds United is delighted to announce that Enterprise Insurance has extended their main club sponsorship agreement with the Club.
An IPSOS Loyalty report found that delighted customers are five times more likely to buy from you again than simply satisfied consumers.