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With ten minutes to go in an edgy game, leading scorer Benteke (pictured) rose powerfully above Reading's Sean Morrison to thunderously head in Ashley Westwood's corner.
But when we return our towns and cities on Tuesday, let's do what we do best: meet with our legislators, serve our clients and spread the word to NAIFA members far-and-wide that our voices need to be heard thunderously on Capitol Hill.
and thunderously lower the boom just to see what happens
Machar argued that in order to achieve genuine reconciliation, it would be better to focus on the future rather than focusing on the past, people who applauded thunderously when Uncle Malok talked about the same unity grumbled against the few who applauded Dr.
Yesterday, from dawn to dusk, Remingtons, Benellis and Mossbergs thunderously broke the silence of the forest, punctuating its stillness with bursts of buckshot and slugs.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) long awaited, much ballyhooed report on Iran's nuclear activities has been thunderously greeted in Washington as conclusive evidence that Iran is working on nuclear weapons.
It's a surging, chiming, upbeat epic, almost thunderously enthusiastic," wrote Neil McCormick of the Daily Telegraph in a four-star review.
At that time, Oprah held her hand and the crowd applauded thunderously.
At last, this thunderously dissonant torrent that's tearing up all elements of reality from their placements and sending them broken and crashing--fast--to nowhere, culminates in "awakening," or rather collapsing onto yet another <sub> "reality," one with its own "back at last" moment waiting in store.
Just about everything addictively compulsive about jumping had rallied thunderously up the far rail on Friday in the shape of Midnight Chase and on the following day Woolcombe Folly, Time For Rupert, Cue Card and Menorah all produced performances of lip-smacking promise.
It was an intense performance, with a particularly virtuoso piano part which ended with thunderously powerful, dark chords which were held until they faded to nothing.
While adults will probably find something lacking, "G-Force" should fast-pedal its way to a thunderously successful opening, ultimately doing for fuzzy rodents what "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" did for small canines.