newfound interest

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  • He was almost like a child in his newfound interest. Cited from Ships That Pass In The Night, by Beatrice Harraden
  • His newfound interest in such novels motivated him to begin work on a novel of his own.
  • This development provided Gunn with an opportunity to explore his newfound interest in those subjects.
  • Ma has stated that that moment created a newfound interest in environmentalism that would shape his future ethos.
  • His family isn't very excited about Gerner's newfound interest.
  • This newfound interest also included study of the organism in nature (as opposed to aquariums).
  • In 1997, Adil experienced a newfound interest for breakdancing which he formed into his art form.
  • As a result of his newfound interest in music, he received his first drum kit from his grandmother at the age of twelve, a Ludwig.
  • K. N. Singh came to acting by way of law, giving up his first career in 1937 to pursue his newfound interest in performance.
  • The Second World War and subsequent Cold War initiated a newfound interest in the Arctic by the Canadian government.
  • He achieved his student license and logged 35 hours in four years of instruction, before suspending his flying lessons because of a newfound interest in girls.
  • In addition to new styles and influences arriving, a sentiment for the conservation of existing older buildings was founded, with newfound interest in traditional handicrafts.
  • Despite his newfound interest in audio, Steinmetz entered the University of Utah majoring in biomedical engineering upon graduating high school.
  • When his newfound interest in photography was sparked, he was given a Nikon camera by his grandmother at age 17.
  • Kaye was trained in classical piano from the age of five, but stopped lessons at age 16 because of a newfound interest in punk rock and the electric guitar.
  • Some more recent successful fado/folk-inspired acts include Madredeus and Deolinda, the later being part of a folk revival that has led to a newfound interest in this type of music.
  • He took this newfound interest to San Francisco and improved upon it by developing a different type of nightlife culture that would thrive longer than the typical and cyclical bar life expectancy.
  • Slowly he learns to smile again, embracing a newfound interest in gardening and a growing friendship with his boss's daughter Emma, which might hold the promise of something more.
  • In 1996, the band received recognition and newfound interest when thrash metal legends Slayer covered five of their songs on their Undisputed Attitude record.
  • The revenue from the game allows them the opportunity to participate in more industry events, possibly expand to other systems besides Microsoft Windows, and port other titles based on newfound interest in other Japanese developers.
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