Braun, whose election in 1991 as the first black woman in the U.S. Senate, had been joyously heralded in Chicago.
Dance heavy and joyously excessive, Viva Elvis is a pat on the back that celebrates itself.
Outside was the happy world of a healthy country child, who grew as joyously as one of her own New England flowers.
“The Declaration of Independence has been adopted, wife,” said Mr. Dare, joyously.
joyously I shouted into what seemed to be boundless nothing, All Right!
He had come there so joyously, in such yearning, merely to receive a final dismissal.
Not a shot was fired as the new men came forward and were joyously admitted to the church.
joyously the words fell on the ears of either host, and they made a truce.
“My parcels,” he said, joyously pushing his way across the throng.
"Worse," said Zussmann joyously, with a flash of recollection.