Christians United for Israel was unusually effusive
in its praise for Obama's pledge to veto a Palestinian statehood resolution in the U.
Kelud's eruption also changed from an explosive eruption in the past to an effusive
one on Saturday,'' Rosadi said.
The hyper-critical Simon Cowell was effusive
in his praise, calling Sloan's performance "the best yet.
In 1970, Thant stunned even some of his supporters with effusive
praise for mass-murderer Vladimir Lenin as "a man with a mind of great clarity [whose] ideas have had a profound influence on the course of contemporary history.
Reinventing the CFO has lots of good things going for it, not the least of which is an effusive
set of cover blurbs from CFOS themselves talking about "redefining the role of finance," "a wake-up call for CFOs and their colleagues" and "essential reading for individuals taking on the senior finance role.
Writer-director Jason Reitman navigates this high-powered, high profit world of carefully manipulated facts and figures with aplomb, creating a loveable rogue in his anti-hero, Nick, played with effusive
charm by Aaron Eckhart.
Her welcome was less than effusive
and served as a forecast of things to come.
For instance, Lars Thunell, the executive vice-president of the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank, recently visited Nigeria and was effusive
in his praise of Nigeria's commitment to economic reforms.
IN HARRIET "HARRY" DODGE and Stanya Kahn's short video Let the Good Times Roll, 2004, a depressive, effusive
woman named Lois sits in a motel room telling an unseen cameraman about a party she once attended.
In doing so, notwithstanding a very brief discussion, the court was particularly effusive
in its comments on the lower court's rationale.
Intrigued by Imprezas success, and the media's effusive
praise for the abilities of the road car's all-wheel-drive system, Harty gave it a go, only to find himself "cursingly disappointed" that it behaved like an overgrown front-drive car.
In quiet, effusive
eruptions, they assumed, the molten rock either didn't contain much dissolved gas or the bubbles found a way to escape the magma without blowing it apart.