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Maybe that’s too joyous of a word, but that’s our silver cloud, silver lining to this moment.
Immediately, Americans in cities across the country took to the streets, joyous in celebration.
Reunions between human and canine have been joyous — and the business has changed in ways that have forced both participants to adjust.
So far, the reactions seem to be extremely positive—some would even say joyous.
The atmosphere was loud and joyous as the activists led a march around district headquarters for more than an hour.
A similar frisson energizes the sublimely joyous “Long Tall Sally.”
The music changed and it became more transcendent and ecstatic and joyous.
His ear, his brain, his muscles take on a new joyous activity, and the tide of life rises higher.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
Full of clamour, a populous city, a joyous city: thy slain are not slain by the sword, nor dead in battle.
A general settlement took place monthly, after which a new period began—by the borrowers with joyous unconcern.

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