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She was speaking from ardor as much as from ego.
So I won't be surprised by the lack of ardor over his accomplishment.
Still, there's no doubting the ardor of their connection.
But Tom's ardor soon cools when he meets a young aspiring actress.
Many teen acts have failed to rekindle fans' ardor upon reuniting.
Several factors are helping fuel consumer ardor.
Devotional ardor radiates from monumental church paintings.
But on the whole, his performance was a winning balance of poise and ardor.
Their youthful ardor was less convincing in musical terms.
There are signs of this ardor all over the fruit and vegetable world.
Stern financial and social stress after the war cooled much of the previous humanitarian ardor.
The fallen statesman still clung to his project with unabated ardor.
Her fame consisted of an ever-widening swath of ardor and awe that she left in her wake whenever she sang.
Her eye never became jaded, her ardor for what was new and alive never diminished, and her language remained restless.
The schoolgirl he meets and loves at first sight takes his ardor lightly and, as a result, he hastily marries his cousin.
Fortunately, their rebuff was of such gentleness that my ardor for ancient bones was left undented.
Unlike their contemporary counterparts, revolutionary artists painted without cynicism and with plenty of socialist ardor.
But that same ardor that made his career could be his undoing.
Their avid emotions are the canvas on which he splashes the bright strokes of his evanescent ardor.
Even an incident of friendly fire that decimated his unit didn't cool his ardor.
He certainly gave much to many with courage and ardor.
Still, the ardor of the cool-roof advocates has prompted a bit of a backlash.

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