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When Chu said he’d be happy to make the dish from scratch in Vermont on Saturday afternoon, Rina Jones said she was elated.
He was elated, he said, when he was given two of Trebek’s suits — one in charcoal gray and one in deep purple — with shirts and neckties to match.
The pair have returned to the house they’ve been living in following the premiere of that movie, and Malcolm is elated enough to put on James Brown’s “Down and Out in New York City” and start dancing.
However, Halfpenny and the other elated adults “were up there howling our heads off,” he says.
The Lieutenant rode off highly elated over the fact that Colonel Guitar agreed with his views.
Was it to be wondered at that I felt proud and elated if also a little scared as to how I should get on.
The capture of Independence greatly elated the guerrillas, and recruits came pouring in by the hundreds.
Quite elated, the author asked his friend what part of the contents pleased him so much.
He was so elated after his first disappointment, that he did not find the meeting as wearisome as usual—he could see Henrietta.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
The friends of the Government were greatly elated by the proceedings of this day.

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