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London mayor Boris Johnson said: "In the ancient world crowds would line the streets to welcome their triumphant Olympians home, where they would be ecstatically venerated and their victories chronicled for the ages, with names like Leonidas of Rhodes and Milo of Kroton reverberating through history.
Accompanied by eight traditional Turkish musicians, sitting on chairs on the stage, the men started spinning ecstatically in an effort to meditate and find harmony.
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The writing assembled here--a few short stories along with a heterogeneous assemblage of vignette, memoir, character sketches, and theater criticism--offers a fascinating portrait of the booming, self-confident city, seen with an eye both ecstatically humble and preternaturally sharp.
A survivor of the Norwegian atrocity Tonje Brenna claimed that she had heard Breivik shout ecstatically as bodies fell around her hiding place in the crack of a cliff.
As soon as the idols were taken out of the temple, devotees ecstatically screamed to welcome the deities' nine-day-long annual outing.
To be fair, I think the clue is in the food she orders - a "Yes, yes, yes, oh my God I'm so excited and ecstatically happy" meal.
Downstairs, her other half ecstatically shows his laddish cohorts the walk-in fridge (stacked with booze).
At least, it did not end with an ecstatically cheerful, firework-cracking climax.
Time magazine has ecstatically recommended Umami Burgers, a Los Angeles- based newbie, and the more I hear about it, the more I am struck by the inventiveness of chefs.
His eyes wander ecstatically and he walks like someone dancing at a wedding: This madness is my madness, I know best, so let them set light to everything beyond my control.
But chilling and shocking though many of the posters are, drawing on imagined historic grievances, icons of power and comradeship in forging the Third Reich, and vile, crude, caricatures of Jews, some of the truly resonant images are less strident, more ominous: a Jew's passport stamped 'evacuated' when that meant 'exterminated', a child's board game (pictured right) called 'Jews Out' on the principle of snakes, but, of course, no ladders, and photographs of a sea of wildly enthusiastic young people and children ecstatically waving swastika-embossed flags in acclaim of their Fahrer.