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RAWALPINDI -- Aerial firing in jubilation has become a big nuisance for the residents in the jurisdiction of Waris Khan police station.
They were hit by stray bullets when people resorted to firing in jubilation with the start of New Year.
Such is the case with Jubilation Wine & Spirits, a family-owned retailer located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The girls - just some of nearly 300 abducted in 2014 - were embraced by their parents amid scenes of jubilation.
Clare coach Jinno Manansala slumped on the bench crying as the Saints stormed the court in jubilation.
The issuance of notification on granting Eid bonus has sent a wave of jubilation among the employees.
Derby Day Today is derby day in the north east, A day some fans like the least, A day where two rival teams compete, A day where Newcastle and Sunderland meet, A goal will cause jubilation, But for the other side desperation, The fans will scream the fans will boo, But managers and players will do too, It only happens twice a season, But it always happens for a reason, Keeping up in the table and pride, From the enemies across the tide, Today is the day people will bet, On things in which their minds are set, Healthy competition some might say, But it's dangerous competition on derby day, A dangerous fan can be a beast, On derby day here in the North East.
But a Court of Appeal ruling in London in May finally cleared the way for dismantling to begin, to the jubilation of local residents.
There were scenes of jubilation in Croke Park as Donegal ran out 0-16 to 1-11 winners.
There were scenes of jubilation at Mursi's Cairo headquarters, where the candidate thanked Egyptians for their votes in brief remarks after the Brotherhood said he had secured 52 percent of the ballots cast.
The Act was met with jubilation and exhalation by the public and the education community; it was another step towards enhancing students' academic performance.
Summary: Riyadh, Rabi Al-Awwal 23, 1432, Feb 23, 2011, SPA-- A number of officials have expressed their jubilation over the safe return of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz Al Saud after a successful therapeutic trip abroad.