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Finally, it was not until after midnight that the four travelers were released at the entrance to Lord John Roxton's chambers in the Albany, and that the exuberant crowd, having sung `They are Jolly Good Fellows' in chorus, concluded their program with `God Save the King.
His genius, however, like his exuberant spirit, could not be crushed out.
The exuberant power in the religious satires and the narrative 'Tam o' Shanter' is undeniable, but they belong to a lower order of work.
Without waiting for an assent, or, indeed, for any reply, the sturdy hunter moved boldly into a dense thicket of young chestnuts, shoving aside the branches of the exuberant shoots which nearly covered the ground, like a man who expected, at each step, to discover some object he had formerly known.
At such times the more exuberant among them called out in an excited manner on our emergence round some corner of expectancy, "Here they come
The Abbot, himself of ancient Saxon descent, received the noble Saxons with the profuse and exuberant hospitality of their nation, wherein they indulged to a late, or rather an early hour; nor did they take leave of their reverend host the next morning until they had shared with him a sumptuous refection.
They were a group of merry youngsters, almost maddened with the exuberant frolicsomeness of their years.
Woola leaped in frantic joy when he discovered me; and as the flier touched the pavement of the court for a brief instant he bounded to the deck beside me, and in the bearlike manifestation of his exuberant happiness all but caused me to wreck the vessel against the courtyard's rocky wall.
I am so filled with surprise and exuberant delight at seeing you safe and well again that I scarcely know what I am saying, really.
At sight of him they danced and cried out in exuberant joy.
Whoopi Goldberg is all smiles with the Title Sponsor, Pilot Pen, when they show off their exuberant Fashion Week designs.
Earlier, the defence counsel Asma Jehangir arguing before the court submitted that the Federal Investigation Agency had registered a case alleging that the accused in conveyance with other members of EOBI approved purchase of 684 residential plots in River Edge Housing Society at exuberant prices which caused a loss of Rs 130 million to the institution.