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When the Steamboat Powdercats mechanic helped us jump the dead battery in my Toyota 4Runner, we were as giddy as we had been when we were roommates in the late 1990s when everything about our lives revolved around powder, sun, skiing and friends.
The Board of Supervisors kicks off the effort to rewrite its plan on Wednesday with a Democrat majority for the first time in decades, a change environmentalists are giddy will lead to more progressive steps to address climate change.
She described that people surrounding her were giddy, excited and angry.
At one recent event in Topeka, she seemed giddy when she described polls the campaign has said are turning her way.
It’s about taking time to process a shared, giddy leap into the future with the person you love most—and just because you can’t trek on a glacier doesn’t mean your love is anything less of an adventure.
He who has attained it grows giddy, and the fiercest winds are summoned to blow him from his eminence.
The silent parterre would be gay with a giddy, chattering mob of Society people before long, Vera hurriedly explained.
The mountain paths were narrow; they were often a mere cornice or ledge projecting over a giddy precipice.
RUDY AND BABETTEHANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
The vapours revolve, the waves spin, the giddy Naiads roll; sea and sky are livid; noises as of cries of despair are in the air.
This is a cluster of white houses on the sea-beat foot of a hill that sweeps upward to the giddy white clouds.

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