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Excite

(Excite.com, Irvington, NY, www.excite.com) One of the major search engines on the Web founded in 1995 and part of IAC Search & Media. Excite was acquired by Ask Jeeves, Inc. in 2004, which was acquired by IAC in 2005. See Web search engines.
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I suppose I was an odd little figure; I have been told that my anxiety to brighten her gave my face a strained look and put a tremor into the joke (I would stand on my head in the bed, my feet against the wall, and then cry excitedly, 'Are you laughing, mother?
Just then Henrietta returned, and saw her father moving excitedly to and fro, repeating, "He shall answer to me for this.
Men began to throng into the office and call at him over the railing, jovially, sharply, viciously, excitedly.
Bonifacio and San Jose later saw the comment and excitedly thanked Ortega for his words of appreciation.
I never expected I could emerge top in the school, leave alone Nyanza region," he said excitedly.
The programme ended on a highly vibrant note when children excitedly welcomed the little Santa.
Singer Jordin Sparks has excitedly announced to the world the gender of her baby.
e Year 6 boys then excitedly took part in e Year 6 boys then excitedly took part in a science, technology and music lesson before spending the last lesson of the day back in their House, where their Learning Leader proudly presented them with their new Woodlands Academy tie.
net or 01207 218171 You wouldn't think it to look at him (the yellowing has nothing to do with age) but all-time favourite Sooty is celebrating his 65th year in showbiz and will no doubt be squeaking excitedly about it when he arrives in the north on his UK tour.
John says into the camera excitedly before training the camera on Gill, who smiles and excitedly replies: "To get married.
Josie excitedly Tweeted: "Just got a cheque through the post for overseas sales of Whose Line.
WILLIAM HILL staff at the shop in Kettlehouse, Kingstanding, Birmingham, managed by Michelle Bentley, will be excitedly looking out for the Scoop6 bonus race this weekend, as they have a punter who picked up over pounds 147,000 (customer staked pounds 32) after landing the win element of the bet last Saturday that saw five other winners, including Harry Findlay.