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  • Effusive and galvanizing, Booker is a "mountain, get out of my way" kind of presenter.

    Linda Novick O'Keefe: Too Fat to Fight

  • Effusive apologies to be followed in effusive emails.

    Charlie Wilson where are you?

  • Effusive and deserved praise for Indiebound's new iPhone app, which enables ordering any book you wish from an independent bookstore.

    Kevin Smokler: The Shelf Talker: Floppy Disks, Lyndon Johnson and Narnia

  • Effusive thanks and gratitude to Dr. Banerji for blessing the raison d'être of Savitri Era Party, now in its third year.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Effusive apologies for my longwinded instructions.

    Archive 2005-01-01

  • At this, Ed the Effusive huffed out, causing the idea of the autobahn to be lost for centuries.

    SELLING THE WHEEL

  • Late in the afternoon, he called in Ed the Effusive.

    SELLING THE WHEEL

  • Anyway, it was all the rage, and when Ed the Effusive held affairs at the Camel Club, he always insisted on a smorgasbord—so when the club saw that the luncheon was being hosted by the MaxImum Wheel Corporation, the kitchen staff automatically assumed a smorgasbord was called for.

    SELLING THE WHEEL

  • Effusive, but obviously genuine gratitude, assurance that he had done more for the King's comfort than he could guess.

    Magic's Price

  • Effusive and gushing, the blonde had obviously made liberal use of the bar.

    Ride the Thunder

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