overenthusiastic


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The promo--narrated by an overenthusiastic stoner-- introduces viewers to a show were "there's plenty of old fashioned cars to laugh at" and "anytime anyone says anything, a third person hears it in the doorway."
4, the chief executive was overenthusiastic about the convenience to Paris that Delta provides through its joint venture.
The end was ruined by a small group of overenthusiastic members of the audience who started raucous applause instead of allowing the conductor - who had not put down his baton - a few moments of silence.
Her affection for the new pet could sometimes be overenthusiastic, and I would have to remind her: "Be gentle!" As Neto has acknowledged, his work appeals to kids and to the inner child in some adults, but he is also wary of being seen as not entirely serious: "Many people talk about my work as being 'fun,' but I don't think it's really about that.
3, however, would keep Amendment 82's current limit on bond issue amounts: 5 percent of the state's general revenue in a year, providing a safeguard against an overenthusiastic General Assembly.
It just so happened that, as Germany scored, I leaned forward to retrieve my drink off the table, only to be met with a resounding blow to the eye by an overenthusiastic German who had thrown his arms back with joy.
Justice and freedom to Egyptians." ElBaradei later reappeared in a Jeep to meet his supporters, numbering about a thousand, but had to drive past without stopping as the overenthusiastic crowd became unruly.
Louis then emailed to me: "Maybe you'll add something we've overlooked." And so I tried, and the following poem is my reply: WORRYING DAY & NIGHT ABOUT BECOMING OVERLY TENSE OVER THE OVERUSE OF "OVERWROUGHT" IN POEMS THAT HAVE OVERTLY LONG TITLES AND THAT USE THE WORD "OVERWROUGHT" IN THE FIRST LINE AND TWO WORDS THAT SOUND LIKE "OVERWROUGHT" (MORE OR LESS) IN THE SECOND LINE AND SOMETIMES EVEN IN THE THIRD LINE, OVERRESULTING IN AN OVERABUNDANCE OF OVERACTIVE, OVERAMBITIOUS, OVEREAGER, OVERANXIOUS, OVERENTHUSIASTIC, OVERRIPE, OVERDEVELOPED OVERPRODUCED, OVERSPECIALIZED WORDPLAY, WITH APOLOGIES TO THE OVERFLOWING, OVERACHIEVING OVERWRITER LOUIS PHILLIPS Overwrought?
No worries if you have an overenthusiastic junior Picasso, thanks to the Nano Block vinyl that makes removing hard-to-clean marks like ballpoint pen as easy as swiping an alcohol pen (we accidentally tested this feature).
During a not-sorecord breaking sales day this overenthusiastic 15-yearold decided the ladies fashion department needed a revamp.
I usually find that the road leading to a bad cut is riddled with more than just communication issues; more often, overenthusiastic hairdressers have their own ideas of what would look good on you, or new techniques they want to try, and you are toast before you even get to the chair.
I will remember the Saudi chaps who were overenthusiastic of Trial Bike sport which has won unexpected popularity.