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Nawal said she always awaits anxiously for Elissa's latest fashion style and classical looks, according to Laha Magazine.
Married partners who were more anxiously attached produced higher levels of Cortisol, a steroid hormone that is released in response to stress, and had fewer T cells--important components of the immune system's defense against infection--than did participants who were less anxiously attached.
Our players and supporters greatly admire and love cricketers from Australia and the opportunity to play them has created widespread interest and excitement and they are anxiously waiting for the day to come.
WALES will be anxiously be waiting on news of an injury to Lee Byrne later this afternoon after the full-back was forced off in Ospreys 31-23 defeat at Glasgow.
anx*ious*ly adverb <Her parents waited anxiously for her.
Suspended in a kind of purgatory, they peered anxiously into the distance, huddling together, queuing and re-queuing.
Bubbly Deepti Anurag was captured on university CCTV cameras calmly chatting to a security guard, little knowing that the PhD student was anxiously pacing around just feet away with a mission to kill.
Despite the fact that it's only launching two new series in the fall, with the remainder of the schedule coming from shows poached from the ashes of soon-to-be-defunct networks UPN and the WB, the CW is anxiously touting itself as a fresh and, yes, new destination for young viewers.
We and our young test subject wait anxiously for the next installment in the SKP Vegetarian Children's book series.
Nor are they bike messengers, weaving in and out of traffic, delivering letters and small parcels to anxiously waiting recipients.
This is the first part of a trilogy and fantasy readers will anxiously await the next volume in audiobook.
As another school year approaches, our fall schedules will begin to fill with many eager students anxiously waiting for their fall term to begin.