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Wichita State grabbed the rebound and Alterique Gilbert got a good look at a game-winning three, but it bounced harmlessly away, setting off jubilation among the Bulldogs.
UCLA PLOTS A COMEBACK TO OUST MICHIGAN STATE IN OVERTIME TO CAP NCAA TOURNAMENT’S OPENING NIGHTCHUCK CULPEPPER, DES BIELER, MATT BONESTEEL, CINDY BOREN, GLYNN A. HILL, MOLLY HENSLEY-CLANCYMARCH 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Alex Ovechkin lifted his hands in jubilation and yelled as his 708th career goal doubled as the overtime winner Saturday night at Capital One Arena.
Inauguration musical performances, in their need to balance solemnity with jubilation, are always tricky propositions.
There was much jubilation among the garrison at this outcome of the long-expected and dreaded attack.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
He was received in London with jubilation, and was richly pensioned for his heroic adventures.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
But he did not fall, and her expression of jubilation changed to disappointment.
TABITHA AT IVY HALLRUTH ALBERTA BROWN
"Nobly," agreed Captain Mayo, allowing himself a moment of jubilation, even though the dreaded shoals were ahead.
And spurring his horse, he emerged from the thicket, leaving the gauchos there, in a state of jubilation impossible to describe.
THE FLYING HORSEMANGUSTAVE AIMARD
Their advent led to a certain amount of jubilation on the part of those freshmen who were fond of the game.
The bells in the towers above burst forth into yet more frantic jubilation.
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT

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