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Those who lived before us are well-satisfied with that scheme of things.
Trott (179 balls, seven fours), in particular, could feel well-satisfied with his patient innings.
In fact, a global map of average life satisfaction levels by country based on the Gallup World Poll data looks much the same as an income map of the world: the inhabitants of North America, Western Europe, Japan, Australasia, and Saudi Arabia are rich and well-satisfied with their lives, with average national life satisfaction scores in the range of 7.
This pride in achievement has been expressed in great detail already by well-satisfied bosses at Cleveland Potash.
After the two women tussle, they seem well-satisfied with their little workout, a sequence that will no doubt invite all sorts of conjecture and stir prepubescent boys for reasons they cannot fathom.
And overall, Scott declares himself well-satisfied with the results.
No more broken blades on the hay machine for a start,' Uncle Jim answered in Welsh, and looked well-satisfied.
Well-satisfied customers will buy more, and this is what bankers are after also.
A year later, the well-satisfied, four-member family had an entertainment area replete with a 15-by-20-foot spa retreat, which turned into an eye-popping waterfeature.
Hanks fans yearning for more romance in his movies should be well-satisfied with his next film The Terminal in which he co-stars with Catherine Zeta Jones and re-teams with Steven Spielberg.
Stockport boss Dave Jones was well-satisfied after his Coca-Cola Cup heroes earned a last-gasp draw.
Eubank declared himself well-satisfied with his comeback victory against barrel- shaped Barrera.