Most participants were effusive
in their praise for Bayliss as a coach with a fantastic record all over the world, who will be a big help in making England a more consistently successful team.
NEWSBOY 1-2-3 1 EFFUSIVE
2 SEXY LEGS 3 BITTER LAKE EFFUSIVE
managed to win on debut despite looking anything but street-wise, and a big step forward is anticipated today - at rewarding odds.
Bingle and Worthington have been dating for the past few months and have been effusive
in their feelings for each other.
She wasn't quite so effusive
, however, about her woolly tanktop.
That's particularly difficult in a culture like ours, where anything short of effusive
praise can be viewed as an affront.
Recent reports from Bahrain have been effusive
in terms of power output versus peak demand, with one statement from late August suggesting that the country was running at a power surplus.
Played by the great Bill Maynard, Selwyn Froggitt was a donkey-jacketed, accident-prone whirlwind of destruction who managed to demolish almost everything he touched, although this unparalleled cack-handedness was forever overshadowed by his enormously effusive
United manager Alex Ferguson was effusive
in his praise for Berbatov after the match, but gave no indication that he plans to play the Bulgarian more often, saying that he was happy with the play of his first-choice players and thought there was no need to upset the chemistry of the starting line-up.
Ganguly was effusive
in his praise for the Windies skipper before his late arrival and it would be no surprise to see him go wild at the Brabourne Stadium, which has been kind to whirlwind batsmenso far.
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and Governor David Paterson were equally effusive
in their praise, describing the development as "a dream" and "a boon to Brooklyn," respectively.
Following the game, O'Neill was naturally effusive
in his praise for the 24-year-old, who looks to be fast securing himself a ticket to the World Cup in coach Fabio Capello's England squad.
In an interview with Fox News Sunday, Petraeus indicated that the effusive
rhetoric used by Ahmadi-nejad and his demands that Arabs recognize Iran's leadership in the region have agitated many Arabs.