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Any science journalist would rejoice at the revelation of aliens on Earth.
Astronomers rejoiced in 1987 when a supernova appeared in the Large Magellanic Cloud, the closest such stellar explosion to Earth in centuries.
Tech investors are yawning about the election and rejoicing over the 5G and other next-gen products they’re betting will drive today’s immense valuations to new heights.
Futuristic joy comes from rejoicing that we will again glimpse meaning, beauty or goodness, and seemingly against all odds feel that they are connected to our very life.
HOW TO FIND JOY DURING TOUGH TIMESBY ANGELA GORRELL/THE CONVERSATIONOCTOBER 9, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Now, with the company officially moving its HQ to Denver, you’d think its critics would rejoice.
While he openeth his hands he shall rejoice: but transgressors shall pine away in the end.
I rejoice in being able to say that the general tendency of the speeches was towards universal Emancipation, mental and physical.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
I have commanded my sanctified ones, and have called my strong ones in my wrath, them that rejoice in my glory.
The mirth of timbrels hath ceased, the noise of them that rejoice is ended, the melody of the harp is silent.
Therefore shall Moab howl to Moab, every one shall howl: to them that rejoice upon the brick walls, tell ye their stripes.

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