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Imagine that in your own garden nicely arranged and planted thank you for the info, cheers.
The crowd cheers as the flames quickly consume him, along with all of their castoff gloom from the past year.
Then the cheers fade, the city skyline disappears and we're on our way.
Then, to the cheers of admirers, the contestants warmed up under the eyes of their trainers.
Three cheers and one cheer more for all who participated in this effort.
Freely bestow on me substance that cheers the heart.
It is a sight that gladdens the eyes and cheers the hearts of other millions ready to second them.
Then loud cheers were heard proceeding from fresh troops.
The right honorable gentleman, the chancellor of the exchequer, cheers that statement.
The successful reaper was tossed up in the air with three cheers by his brother harvesters.
By late afternoon, though, the spectators' cheers have quieted ever so slightly.
There's a flurry of cheers, but over on the quad, no one seems to move.
Applause and half-ironic cheers skittered around the large lecture hall.
Mission controllers erupted in cheers when they received a signal from the rover that it was intact and right side up.
The cheers were getting louder and louder, the singing and stomping of feet more enthusiastic.
Once it's cranked up, it handles the strain-to the cheers of the crew.
Cheers to everyone for a great round of guesses though.
When first publicized, the findings were greeted with cheers.
As befits the birth of a new business, cheers went up and toasts were made.
The stump speech is competent, but it is the content rather than any oratorical flourish which draws cheers.
When the announcement came, it was greeted with cheers.
He was respectfully listened to, and got a fair amount of laughs, cheers and applause.
Laughter and cheers cause a buzz of activity in brain regions that control facial movement.
Cheers to all those who are humble enough to accept and embrace.
Cheers to all the folks helping to make education more affordable.
Cheers and shouts, whistles and catcalls, underwear flying through the air.
When the defendants emerged, many in the crowd burst into raucous cheers.
It was on one such occasion the horse was frightened by the cheers and threw him.
The orchestra appears and its platform is mechanically lowered into the pit, a procedure greeted with cheers.
The smile became confident, even jaunty, as a chorus of insistent cheers filled the hall with each breath she drew.
Wild applause and cheers erupted and went on for minutes.
Cheers went up when recognizable instrumental lines entered the mix.
Each time, the throng across the street would greet them with cheers and fanfare.
They then set out to do that in a private car, amid cheers.
Rose was interrupted by cheers from a nearby garage: the morgue truck, making its final run.
The audience erupted with cheers and screams and applause.
Another factor of the granny shot also helps a free throw win cheers rather than jeers: a backward spin added to the ball.
Thousands of tourists had flocked to see it fall, toasting its collapse with beer and cheers.
The government will be devastated as the polity cheers.
There were cheers and huzzahs and popping flashbulbs.
The gallery rose as one and erupted in cheers and whistles.
No doubt a few besotted cheers rose from the frat houses.

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