• Allied civilians and servicemen alike rejoiced at the news of the end of the war.
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  • Everyone who rejoices in the successes achieved in our country, the victories of our party led by the great Stalin, will find only one word suitable for the mercenary, fascist dogs of the Trotskyite-Zinovievite gang.
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  • It has been a focus for the British people at times of national rejoicing and crisis.
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  • Mohammad's family rejoice when Saddam Hussein is sentenced, and feel that his later execution was justified, as to do otherwise would have made the Iraqi people look weak.
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  • On 13 December 1562, Mary sent for Knox again after he gave a sermon denouncing certain celebrations which Knox had interpreted as rejoicing at the expense of the Reformation.
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  • There was little initial opposition to his succession, and there were widespread reports of public rejoicing at the orderly succession.
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  • This daring transport was conspicuously successful and brought great rejoicing to the officers and men of 20th Division.
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  • Written for large orchestra, chorus and baritone soloist, it intersperses a choral and orchestral depiction of Babylonian excess and depravity, barbaric jazzy outbursts, and the lamentations and finally the rejoicing of the Jewish captives.
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