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I was delighted with the enthusiastic response from readers.
He added that Quest’s senior leaders have been enthusiastic for training that helps them manage their own mental health as well as engage on the matter with their teams.
A couple of weeks later, Cornish’s mom ran into Morsell’s mom, who offered enthusiastic congratulations.
Eshed and Lippman are enthusiastic about orphan legumes, such as the drought-resistant chickpea, that have great potential for wider cultivation.
Then, front pages leaned heavily on the word “historic” and used exclamation points to remind readers that much of the country was enthusiastic about the result.
As the virus has continued to spread, the limits of health screenings have become clearer, but Lenss said his airport’s approach could be adapted to incorporate testing, which the aviation industry is increasingly enthusiastic about.
That’s not as large as the 14-point enthusiasm gap we saw in 2008, when Barack Obama was first elected president, but that’s not because Democrats aren’t just as enthusiastic.
AMERICANS SAY THEY’RE FIRED UP TO VOTE — ESPECIALLY DEMOCRATSDHRUMIL MEHTA (DHRUMIL.MEHTA@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 30, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Americans are also simply saying they’re more enthusiastic about this election than usual, according to Gallup.
Loh was enthusiastic about the project and introduced me to some people at Toyota.
He’s boisterous and enthusiastic in a way that’s truly contagious.

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