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And even though I wasn't at the awards ceremony, to hear my name thanked (of course!) in front of millions of viewers, along with the imminence of Sideways being Alexander Payne's next film, I truly began to believe that all the suffering and heartache, panic attacks, etc. had finally dealt me an almost mythological reprieve (I'm thinking of Lazarus here!)
The monks again thanked Mary and walked out the door.
At the end of the show, I again thanked him for taking care of the matter, and we signed up for the next show gladly.
In a short stock market statement announcing the departures, Martin thanked the two men for "their hard work and contribution to JD Wetherspoon over recent years" but offered no explanation.
Wetherspoon pub directors ousted Simon Bowers 2010
McCain thanked the group for working with him on what he called "the big fights," citing tobacco legislation and campaign finance reform.
In his perfectly charming Academy Award acceptance speech, producer Nicolas Schmerkin thanked the 3,000 companies whose logos he used in the film, and said the 16-minute film took six years to make.
You are thanked from the bottom of my heart for taking charge of investigating such a blight.
Dr Gyi 2010
Before entering the store to sign books, Palin thanked the large crowd for "showing up for the book, so that you can read my words unfiltered."
The Privy Council wrote to Henry that they had visited Mary often recently "whoe god be thanked is in prosperous health and convalescence."
Trailed by John Thune, they made their way through the line of bikers — McCain thanked them, stopping to shake hands but also to hug some of them.