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- v. Present participle of overjoy.
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I wouldn't put it quite like that, but it is overjoying -- in an environment where originalism is constantly, pervasively, deliberately and duplicitously misrepresented as "the theory of original intent" -- to see a journalist hitting the nail squarely on the head in a book aimed at the mass market.
"It's a bit overwhelming, and overjoying, to see all the work in one place at one time," said Shenk, who has had one previous show at the Soroka Gallery, about a decade ago.