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jaw i fuh lee

  • r  in a joyous and gleeful manner

  • Almost immediately, thousands of brightly swathed men and women poured into the dusty streets of the sun-scorched city, singing, dancing and joyfully chanting, "Tombalbaye is dead.
  • The tension finally ended abruptly and joyfullyat week's end as FBI agents and New York City Police staged a pre-dawn raid on an apartment building in Brooklyn.
  • The tale of an Indian servant who kills his boss, it's written with wit and panache and crackles with a kind of joyfully subversive energy.
News & Articles

  • Local residents divided on Supreme Court ruling
    Local supporters of same-sex marriage reacted joyfully to Wednesday’s landmark Supreme Court ruling, while opponents called the decision a blow to traditional marriage. The Rev. Mike Underhill, pastor at Nexus Church in Fairfield Twp., part of the United Church of Christ, applauded the decision, calling it “a wonderful and positive step for all the couples.” Instead of tearing down marriages as ...
    June 26, 2013 - Today's Pulse

  • Pope Benedict XVI in Forbes
    Let us sing joyfully, even when we're tested by difficulties and dangers as we have learned from the fine witness given by the Rev. Andrea Santoro, whom I am pleased to recall in this celebration,Benedict said at an outdoor Mass.
  • Joseph P Riley Jr in News1130
    Riley said the agreement "is not just a ceremonial event, any more than a family once divided and joyfully reunited is just a celebration. Rather it is natural and necessary to be and feel complete."

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