spring fever


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spring fever

A feeling of often restless excitement or exuberance coinciding with the onset of warmer spring weather. It's hard enough keeping control of a class full of young children throughout the year, but it's particularly difficult once spring fever starts to spread. It's wonderful seeing the city touched by spring fever, coming alive again after the deadening winter.
See also: fever, spring
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These are the films mentioned in the Spring Fever Movie Countdown trailer:
Then there's a book by Srijan Pal Singh, which will be about the influence of APJ Abdul Kalam." The other highlights of Spring Fever will be talks by historian Ramchandra Guha, who will also preview his upcoming work Democrats and Dissenters, author Sunil Khilnani, former Pakistan's ambassador to the US, Husain Haqqani, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor and others.
It seems that spring tiredness, spring fever or Octoberitis is not a diagnosed illness, so the question is, is it real or are you imagining it?
Sporting a thin mustache that completes his portrait of an unfaithful sleaze, Qin ("Spring Fever") can't do much with a character for whom preemptive castration would seem the only viable road to redemption.
--ANNE M., from "Spring Fever and a Market Garden" in Growing Possibilities
Holi is a day which comes with an excuse to shed inhibitions and differences for a day of spring fever and big fun and the SRS mall today witnessed just that," said Dr.
En fin, el remate lo da la presencia del director Lou Ye en el festival presentando su ultima cinta, Spring Fever (Fiebre de primavera), tambien exhibida en Cannes y filmada subrepticiamente en Nanjing.
As daylight savings time rolled around in mid-March this year, so did the 60-plus temperatures and some blue skies, along with a touch of spring fever. Best of all, by the time we sent our files to the printer for this issue, the snow and ice mounds in the company parking lot were but a memory.
APRIL Got a case of spring fever? Grab a sib or pup and get outdoors.
He remains steadfast in his assertion that this uptick is merely spring fever, and not a signal that the downturn is over.
Mei Feng for his script on "Spring Fever" directed by China's Lou Ye.
Other highlights include Lee's Taking Woodstock about the famous US music festival and Lou Ye's Spring Fever, made in defiance of a five-year ban from film-making imposed by China for his previous movie Summer Palace, also in Cannes.
Yet no sooner than he had delivered it than Georgina Taylor, equity strategist at Legal & General - Britain's biggest investor - was arguing that the stock market's rally has not been a bout of mindless spring fever. After a winter of unremitting bad news, we suddenly had a sprinkling of pleasant surprises - surveys and statistics indicating that things are getting worse more slowly.
Nai An, his faithful producer also under the five-year ban from 2006, nevertheless went ahead and backed "Spring Fever" though voicing concern that this latest film might bring more trouble.
"Spring fever has definitely inspired the building's sizable residential community to explore the pocket park oasis next door," says Josephine LaPietra, Director of Sales & Marketing at HJ Development, which is spearheading the project.