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Nematopsis in the gill tissue was contagiously distributed among bays for both East Coast and Gulf Coast oysters, as found for the other tissue categories (Elliott's d > 1.
But perhaps Mac Suibhne's most valuable editorial contribution is his contagiously sincere appreciation of Gamble's eclectic and thoughtful voice, duly tempered by an acknowledgment of the "overwrought" and "predictable" character of his writing.
By insisting on the contagiously humorous quality of the story--so powerful, according to Boccaccio that it transcends time, infecting hypothetical readers of the future with the desire to laugh out loud--Boccaccio has skillfully conditioned the reader's response to this tale; we are led, despite our better judgment, to believe that it is funny.
Increasingly a marvel beyond measure, there was something spellbinding and contagiously irresistible about watching Kauto Star and Ruby Walsh lording it flagrantly from the front with more than a circuit to run, the man on top utterly confident in the might and magic of the horse beneath.
We see how an emotion like fear escalates and how it leaps contagiously from one person to the next.
Her contagiously positive attitude, exuding warmth and genuine empathy, makes it impossible to dismiss any message she is disseminating.
The absurdity of the accusation that the insatiability of individual obese Westerners (rather than, say, the logic of accumulation) governs Western methods of meat production is masked by an appeal to "common sense" assumptions that obese adults present a contagiously undisciplined model of body management to young people.
They grew exponentially in New Hampshire, and they're going to grow contagiously here in South Carolina,' he said.
Ketawa biar sehat or 'laugh to stay healthy', is the title of a clip on You Tube, showing Binhad Nurrohmat laughing contagiously.
Worrywarts and wet blankets will find no asylum in Ridley's eclectic and contagiously buoyant text.