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- That theme is William Vollmann, whom the author finds boundlessly fascinating.
- He seems boundlessly friendly and outgiving, but White House insiders have long since grown used to having him pass in the halls without a nod or a word.
- Kyiuchi Tokuda, the boundlessly energetic revolutionary who fled Japan one step ahead of General MacArthur's military police in 1950, was still recognized by Japanese Communists as .
- Alec Baldwin in Access Hollywood
He's got it all. He's got his wife. He's got his kids. He's got every movie he wants to make. Hanks is someone who I admire boundlessly. And he's stilly funny and he's happy,Alec said. "Are you happy?"
- Andre Previn in CTV.ca
I thought Glenn Gould was the greatest pianist of his time and I admired him boundlessly,Previn said in a statement from Munich where he is currently performing.
- Kayvan Novak in The Guardian
Nah, he's boundlessly energetic, really enthusiastic and has an amazing temperament,explains Kayvan. "He's just got a really clear vision of what he wants."