And it's working," she exulted
in August at the opening of a Reno school.
Massage," he exulted
, as we stood in an empty room in the Farley Building--a "loft-like lounge space" in Sheekey parlance--that Barney's is planning to turn into a spa for stressed and sweaty reporters.
The baby of the party, 11-year-old Stacey Howden, coped admirably in exulted
company - 30.375 and 18th place was reward for the progress she has made this year.
``Wow, what a night,'' exulted
Elizabeth Dole, of North Carolina, one of seven newly elected Republican senators.
* Giants in the Earth: The California Redwoods, edited by Peter Johnstone (Heyday Books, $18), gathers together a host of great writers who have exulted
in the towering trees: John Muir, Jack London, Arthur Conan Doyle, Robinson Jeffers, Jack Kerouac, Gary Snyder, Tom Wolfe, and Czeslaw Milosz.
While our third president was a person of exulted
ruminations about the republic he and his colleagues were creating, he joins other founding fathers in their general distrust and antipathy for those who were non-European--for those who didn't fit their paradigm of a person who deserved liberty and justice.
in beating me, a Reserve officer, because he'd played a similar game in the Navy.
Galli, 42, once was a vice president at Black & Decker, and he exulted
the other night over his return to his roots.
After Bill Clinton exulted
over winning normal permanent trade status for China, Stephen Yokich, head of the United Auto Workers (UAW), decided he couldn't stand it any longer.
"This is a total victory" exulted
NRB President Brandt Gustavson.
His college exulted
, and Chicago and the NBA thanked God for the miracle bestowed upon them.
Croesus learned that a great empire would fall as a result of the battle, and he exulted
in the anticipation of his triumph.
In a volume of poems, Guerra sola igiene del mundo (1915; "War the Only Hygiene of the World"), Marinetti exulted
over the outbreak of World War I and urged that Italy be involved.
While the early Joan got shamed by the reality principle, the TV Eva exulted
in the bliss of what others must struggle for through many office-hours of Lacanian therapy: never ceding her desire to be fabulous, no matter what the environmental factors, the heroine of Green Acres remains resolutely high maintenance with a good conscience.
"This is the one we've been waiting for!" exulted