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Friday night's rousingly festive performance proved that complacency is not a word in Mr.
And the rousingly grand arrangement of O Holy Night was by Darius Battiwalla, the deputy chorus master and organist for the evening, who had so skilfully prepared the Choral for this concert.
The first step was to embrace his pop sensibilities, something he does with aplomb on the the rousingly upbeat but surprisingly twisted 'Jessica'.
For example, Mike Sowell's The Pitch That Killed presented Cleveland's season in tight focus, with particularly painful and rousingly redemptive detail.
From the sad lilting tones of Steve Earle's Just Before The Battle, Mother/Farewell Mother, to the rousingly optimistic Battle Cry Of Freedom by Brian Sutton, this album will bring American history to life using music, the language understood by generation after generation.
1 Aunt Jemima, Tess Gardella); and as her ne'er-do-well-enough spouse, Joe, young Soloman Howard rousingly, movingly plumbed the depths of "Ol' Man River.
Those tableaux vivants are only slightly more ephemeral than the rousingly precarious structure of the DIY Georgian pavilion located at the terminus of the Arsenale.
By contrast, David Maraniss's Barack Obama: The Story (New York: Simon and Schuster, 2013) and David Corn's Showdown: The Inside Story of How Obama Fought Back Against Boehner, Cantor, and the Tea Party (New York: HarperCollins, 2012) treat the incumbent president in a rousingly positive manner.
Smith can also be strikingly deadpan in his tone and delivery, resulting in extremely subtle and rousingly clever humor.
What produces a writer who, grounded so deeply in his native state, rousingly evoked the heights and depths of his characters' hearts and souls commensurate with powerful portrayals of lofty mountains and the arc of the ocean waves?
For decades the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has been studying the reading habits of adult Americans, issuing a series of reports with rousingly alliterative titles such as Reading at risk (July 2004) and Reading on the rise (January 2009).
The audience of 5,000 was mostly college students who rousingly pick up on the chant, "Yes, we can.