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  • n  a state of extreme happiness

  • She seemed to be in a constant state of bliss, of childlike wonder.
  • It's the exercise cum meditation for the new millennium, one that doesn't so much pump you up as bliss you out.
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  • Ft. Bliss chaplain guilty of assault
    FORT BLISS, Texas (AP) — A chaplain at a West Texas post has been sentenced to six months of confinement after pleading guilty to assault and battery on a female... Read more »
    June 20, 2013 - Albuquerque Journal
  • Fort Bliss soldier Spc. Kyle P. Stoeckli remembered by family, friends
    FORT BLISS -- Spc. Kyle P. Stoeckli was remembered Wednesday at a memorial as a kindhearted and dedicated soldier with a knack for telling jokes even in the worst of times. ›› Photos: Memorial for Fort Bliss soldier killed in Afghanistan
    June 20, 2013 - El Paso Times
  • Fort Bliss chaplain convicted in assault case
    A Fort Bliss chaplain was sentenced to six months of confinement after being convicted of assaulting a civilian employee, military officials said Wednesday evening.
    June 20, 2013 - El Paso Times

  • Keith Urban in (Pressemitteilung)
    In a message to his fans, Keith said: "Like any of you who are parents yourselves, we're experiencing the pure bliss of welcoming her into our lives. We're all doing superbly well and we continue to be absolutely overwhelmed by the outpouring of...
  • Heath Ledger in Sydney Morning Herald
    Heath is, and always will be, an Australian,wrote Mr Ledger, who arrived in the US on Friday to escort his son's body back to Perth. "He adored his home. His last two weeks with us over Christmas in Perth were just bliss. Heath did not...
  • Jason Bay in International Herald Tribune
    The easiest part for me I guess is ignorance is bliss,Bay said. "I had heard a little bit of what went on and, obviously, I didn't know the whole story. I never took it as I was trying to replace (him). I kind of took it as I came into a...

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