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Foster, who has always spoken glowingly about the club and how settled he is, admits he might end his playing career at The Hawthorns.
The pair have spoken glowingly about each other over the past three weeks and certainly seemed to enjoy spending time together on the practice courts at Wimbledon.
I recently heard a hospital executive speak glowingly of what needs to happen to improve the state of psychiatric treatment.
It is not uncommon to pull up to a ramp and have someone glance your way, smile and glowingly announce, "My gosh, that's a Glasspar G3
British-born Diana, 47, spoke glowingly about Devon-based Wrag Wrap on her blog, Eco Products That Work.
Smith impressed with some timely clearances and sensible positional play and ClarKe - WORKING as a studio pundit for SKy Sports as he nurses a Knee ligament injury - SPOKE glowingly about the development squad graduate.
Australia's selectors and those in the team speak glowingly about Nathan Lyon, both in terms of his bowling improvement and his levelheaded personality, the report said.
Miliband received the one endorsement he surely did not want when Damian McBride spoke glowingly about his credentials to run the country from 2015.
IT says everything about Wayne Rooney's importance to Manchester United that Sir Alex Ferguson has spoken so glowingly of the England striker.
Messi spoke glowingly of Martino, better known in Argentina by the nickname "Tata.
Ronaldo also spoke glowingly about the influence that Vicente del Bosque has had on the current Spanish side, having worked under the 62-year-old during his time as a player at Real Madrid.
He's probably setting his sights on coaching and always talks very glowingly of helping the large number of youngsters at Anfield who have been moving through the ranks.