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“I was exstatic and have since been keeping my eyes peeled to white objects laying around.”
“I hope that there is no part 2 because I don't think there is enough fashion designers around and seriously how much more can Miranda screw up her life, Samantha concentrate on her life, Charlotte be so exstatic and Carrie write.”
“So, I am delighted, and if it's as nice as I think, there might soon be a new exstatic tech blog post!”
“I feel like I interupted while you were in the middle of some exstatic utterance.”
“Truth is neither 'subjective' nor 'objective': it designates simultaneously our active engagement in and our exstatic openness to the world, letting things come forth in their essence.”
“I was really chuffed actually becuase I been collecting little snippets about the Second World War and was in need of a boat to carry my solder from Dunkirk so was exstatic to spot the little plaque saying that the boat had been to Dunkirk - they also mentioned it the commentary and me and dad went and pestered them for extra details after the trip”
“It was a strange existance which had me exstatic to be alive and to have my baby.”
“There, much better. lol Truth is, I didn't see a lot of people exstatic about their marks.”
“The reception of the movie has been a little mixed, but I liked the New York Times review, where the reviewer is as exstatic as I felt when I sat laughing through the credits, waiting for my company to wipe his tears from his eyes.”
“So yes, the pictures are lovely, the winter-sport enthusiasts are exstatic, I want to turn into a bear; go to bed and wake up in April.”
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