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Glad among them-build the church of God, composed of the faithful and the believers.
I mean glad in a now-I-canhoover-up-the-damn- tree needles and there's-no-more Celebrity-Who-Wants-To-Be A-Millionaire-on-the-telly sort of way.
Glad remarked that "Over our thirty-three years and 6 days of business operations our greatest treasures were our loyal customers, business associates, employees and their communities.
Teachers are glad to be back to the school as well, even though they will be working 10 hours more each week -- voluntarily.
My fiancee is not very well and you can imagine how the rest of the family is feeling so I am just glad I brought some light to the weekend because it has been a very difficult time.
Emily Hemming, aged nine, of Mount Nod, is the face behind the Glad Rag Day fundraiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital.
I have relationships with family and friends whom I do love, and I'm glad to say they love me," he says.
Midas franchisee Mike Glad will aggressively defend against the civil complaint filed in Alameda County.
Glad though we all are for these results, it's odd that it should take a special week for authorities to go after some of the most vile criminals out there.
So when Usher pleaded guilty yesterday, the Tsangs were glad the waiting was over.
In 1997 GLAD and private cocounsel filed a lawsuit against the state on behalf of two lesbian couples and one gay male couple who were refused marriage licenses.
E[acute accent]"It was a long road through our evaluation process, and I am glad that we have appointed BST Global," said Ken Joiner, MD of BKS' international operations and project manager for the BST implementation.