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ebullient

adjective bubbling, bubbly, effervescent, filled with personality, outward, sparkling
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If "I am Joaquin," the most widely anthologized, highly recognizable Chicano epic poem (today os at the height of el Movimiento) insisted on ebulliently giving face and name to the Movement and to the forgotten, prospective heroes of Chicano history, Alarcon's "Francisco" and Alarcon's "X" adopta politics of ghostly disappearance that highlights the fluidity of his queer, translocal identity.
Such formulations can often seem rather abstract, but Forth's history is satisfyingly, indeed ebulliently, fleshy.
Boumai'la ebulliently leaps and darts, basking in the sun to an original piano score by Ralph Gilbert that closely matches the movement's phrasing.
The spare contours of the squared cups and shelves hover against a backdrop of ebulliently drawn, but orderly arabesques, trellis and foliage.
Neither Jewish nor Muslim (nor Polish), Nathan was ebulliently, sacramentally Christian.
Another essay in Part III that strikes me as particularly valuable is Wendy Goldberg's "Center Stage: Performing the Culture of Writing at Stanford." The Stanford model is an exciting one, one that ebulliently celebrates writing in the writing center.
But he excels at raising money for himself and can work a room with the best of them, glad-handing, smiling ebulliently. He is manicured from head to toe and rivals former Speaker of the Assembly Willie Brown for sartorial splendor.
Headscarves and long-sleeved jerseys are the necessary uniform for both teams, and when the hundreds of women in the audience begin to chant ebulliently, they are promptly hushed by a woman with a megaphone.
Then remember the riveting session on new musical theatre at another TCG National Conference, in Minneapolis in 2007, during which this creative duo ebulliently tracked the development of their controversial show Most Wanted, based on the 1997 murder spree of Andrew Cunanan.
As the players were putting the finishing touches to their preparations ahead of the Manchester City game, one unnamed individual turned to Joleon Lescott and ebulliently declared: "We'll win this evening, no problem."
No other novel by Ondaatje has so ebulliently embraced the notion that books are made out of other books.
It's to their credit, and the returning rest of the cast's, that the season's final Barbiere (May 11) was as ebulliently energized as the first had been six months before.