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The mood in the camp is full of excitement and jubilance, we are riding the crest of a wave," said Gibson.
In another work, Gatson evokes the jubilance that (in some quarters) that surrounded the election of the first black president of the United States in 2008, and the current disappointment (in those same quarters) with Obama's performance thus far.
Combined with data on Monday from the United States, which showed factory activity growing at a three-month low, March made for an ominous month for the global economy - especially given the extent of jubilance on stock markets so far this year.
These motley and indiscriminate inclusions imbue the general mood of the poet among London crowds with a kind of youthful jubilance, "watching the wheels go round and round.
Despite growing pressure from other countries, a mood of jubilance tinged with defiance appears to prevail in Pyongyang -- at least on the surface.
A number of females in Al-Madinah Al-Munawarah expressed in interviews with SPA their jubilance to see the King discharged and in complete health.
Much of agriculture may be enjoying relatively high commodity prices, but that jubilance does not include America's cattle feeders.
The festive mood of this scheduled event will enable our children to experience the charm, jubilance, challenges and magic of the Kerala state youth festivals.
You remember him, the guy who made his owners nervous as he held out for a better contract in the preseason, pushed them to jubilance when he signed in time to play the first game and since then has driven them wild by only rushing for 366 yards in eight games this year?
The runner-up has since landed the Group 3 Somerville Tattersall Stakes at Newbury and had earlier beaten Jubilance, who takes part today, also by three-quarters of a length off level weights on Newmarket's July course.
O, to take what we love inside, to carry within us an orchard, to eat not only the skin, but the shade, not only the sugar, but the days, to hold, the fruit in our hands, adore it, the bite into the round jubilance of peach.
He and his firm will be aligning the business of finding a luxury home or horse property on Long Island with the jubilance and excitement of a polo match," said Headley.