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Emirates NBD, the regional banking leader in assets, takes pleasure in announcing the new hours of operation for its Electra branch in Abu Dhabi.
Wanted: someone who takes pleasure in sensations other people find icky, to get some of those others to notice them as pleasurable, too.
This species is an ecosystem service that, while difficult to quantify, is surely considered priceless by anyone who takes pleasure in its beauty.
He takes pleasure in what he calls the terrestrial freshness to counteract human grief and pain.
In this informative and unpretentious documentary, LeGon, who had an extraordinary career on stage, and later in film and television, takes pleasure in her accomplishments, such as dancing with Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, but acknowledges the racist indignities and injustices that plagued her career and that of other African Americans working in Hollywood in the '30s, '40s, and '50s.
Moyle takes pleasure in his ability as a deipnosophist.
Thomas says that, as a theologian, he thinks the secret is that both are loved by God and that God takes pleasure in their marriage.
A young pugilist, Frank is a bully who takes pleasure in intimidating others in and out of the ring.
She plays a sadistic dentist who takes pleasure in making her patients suffer - before she meets an untimely death and punishment.
One of the group's founders, From takes pleasure in recalling that in 1980, the Democratic Party's platform included a crime plank denouncing excessive police brutality, an education agenda focusing on social concerns, and billions in job programs and public investment.
As humanists, it is our inherent responsibility to denounce atrocities perpetrated in the name of a cruel nonexistent God who takes pleasure in torturing and enslaving humanity
She also takes pleasure in planning field trips and hosting parties.