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  • I found the passion he exuberated when speaking of his poetry intriguing.

    When the Truth Lies

  • It was as if his voice exuberated authority and respect.

    When the Truth Lies

  • He was a legend, and a good humanitarian who exuberated a winning attitude that all New Yorkers could appreciate.

    Room Eight

  • Giddy and wildly peppy, they exuberated energy as the lights dimmed and a short film played exhibiting a classic Sinead O'Connor jam.

    Popnography

  • as too why no gongressional oversite is alowed, Its simploy a act of presidential executive orders, Bush Quitely and secrectly exuberated on use in sharp conflict with the constittutional authority he is allowed by Law, YES HE IS commiting TREASON

    Think Progress » Bush Officials May Have Covered Up Rice-Tenet Meeting From 9/11 Commission

  • His protest, though exuberated, against leniency in dealing with atrocities, emphatically requisite in an age apt to ignore the rigour of justice, has been so far salutary, and may be more so.]

    Thomas Carlyle

  • He was a giving person … the talent that was there and the love that exuberated from him when you were around him is something that will be greatly missed, especially by those like myself and my family who really knew the real Michael. "sisterly gushing didn't stop there.

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • He was a giving person. the talent that was there and the love that exuberated from him when you were around him is something that will be greatly missed, especially by those like myself and my family who really knew the real Michael. "

    Femalefirst.co.uk - Celebrity Gossip + Lifestyle Magazine

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