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SIBF aspires to inspire young people to develop an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, a true love of reading, and a lifelong love of writing.
Synopsis: The intriguing history of the "Old South" often encompassed such undesirable elements as murder, mystery, racial discord, and man's unquenchable thirst for wealth.
Fiona said: "Sarah is passionate about her work and demonstrated an unquenchable thirst for knowledge during her apprenticeship.
3, where the strings' evocation of hope after oppression in the coda had an unquenchable excitement.
An unquenchable spirit that simply refuses to say 'I am beaten'.
Meanwhile, the remaining gang members, overwhelmed by greed and unquenchable thirst for money, struggle to turn their backs on the criminal underworld they have dominated for so long.
She is a skilled communicator--hard working, driven and energetic with an unquenchable sense of optimism.
WEEK The sinister Intruder explodes like a movie soundtrack; the impassioned Wallflower takes on towering new strength; Biko, already anthemic, acquires an unquenchable fire.
Over the next four days the tumult will build to a series of spectacular crescendos as racing people, wearing everything from nose studs to tweed suits, celebrate the one truth of which we can still be utterly sure, namely that, while Derbys and Grand Nationals have somoehow mislaid their resounding clout of old, the modern Cheltenham Festival goes from strength to unquenchable strength.
More than ever, the American need for energy seems unquenchable.
It also describes her unquenchable desire for "rough trade".
In four years' time, as the English football team lifts the World Cup in Brazil, Labour needs to be leading that national conversation" - Labour leadership candidate David Miliband shows unquenchable optimism.