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Newspaper articles in the digital archive of the Influenza Encyclopedia, produced by the Center for the History of Medicine at the University of Michigan, reported elation about the reopening of theaters.
I’m not talking about the elation of watching a child hook and fight their first fish only for the moment to end in tears after the fish gets away.
As I reread them, I remembered the elation, the fear, the disbelief, the hope that had accompanied each letter.
Back then, his walk was interrupted by “some strange feeling of elation,” as he told the Associated Press yesterday, about the moment he had his first glimmers of insight into the equations that would eventually make him famous.
My discomfort gave way to elation as I was briefly transported back to those vanished years of racing on forest trails in early September.
THE ETERNAL MAGIC OF VAN CORTLANDT PARKMARTIN FRITZ HUBERSEPTEMBER 28, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
As he followed him on uptown, down his side-street, Lamb had a curious sense of elation.
Perhaps, as men get older, the effervescent elation of youth leaves them; but they are none the less happy.
WITH EDGED TOOLSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
There was no elation, but on the contrary he seemed weighed down with a sense of the responsibility resting on him.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
She obeyed and he left them, the feeling of victory and elation coming to him in full then.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN
But there was no feeling of victory, none of the elation he had thought he would have.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN

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