newfound sense

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  • Laura has a newfound sense of respect for her husband and the two part on good terms.
  • Brown returned to the US in 1970, where he felt a newfound sense of creative drive.
  • Enjoying a newfound sense of freedom, the band took its time to produce, engineer and mix the sessions themselves.
  • In purchasing the gun Dave feels he has acquired masculinity, giving him a newfound sense of independence.
  • The departure was accompanied by a newfound sense of concern.
  • Following the war, women in America felt a newfound sense of freedom, not only from British control of the United States but from males within the country.
  • During these events, Blackfire gained a newfound sense of respect for Dox, realizing his egocentric personality was very similar to her own.
  • Torn between his sense of duty and his newfound sense of humanity, he finds that the only way out is a perilous showdown with men who are every bit as cold-blooded as he is.
  • It was during this time that, through Fortuny's influence, Rico's paintings began to reveal a newfound sense of luminosity and color.
  • Though the surgery is a success and Aaliya's vision is restored, she has trouble adjusting to her newfound sense of sight and is dissatisfied with her resulting photography.
  • However, Merrill's ugly past and pathologic need to be used threatens to resurface and destroy her newfound sense of purity.
  • Felicity, who has been paying attention to Jack's newfound sense of humor, now brushes him off, realizing his behavior isn't what represents the real Jack.
  • When Principal Skinner is questioning Lisa about her newfound sense of irresponsibility, he asks "What are you rebelling against?"
  • A newfound sense of patriotism had the administration require students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance as an entrance requirement to the school.
  • Twenty-six respondents said they felt a newfound sense of moral certitude and spiritual growth, while ten "discovered a firm determination to carry their cultivation through to the end goal of enlightenment or consummation, no matter what obstacles might appear in their path."
  • Still clinging to her newfound sense of freedom, Hippolyta did not wish to relinquish her title as Wonder Woman (even though she admitted her daughter looked "better in a bathing suit" than she did), leaving two different Wonder Women acting in the same role at the same time.
  • Exulting in his newfound sense of power, he hears the sound of a dry creaking and turns to face the mummy as it begins rising from its throne, standing to its full height, having been raised from the dead by Conan's warcry.
  • Steve Heisler of The A.V. Club said "Go Big or Go Home" not only included many fun moments, but that the jokes felt "fresher and more rambunctious" than they had in the previous season, and that the shows seemed to have discovered "a newfound sense of purpose".
  • In addition to these changes, the vocals would become more frantic and inaudible, yet the lyrics still maintained their beliefs with a newfound sense of maturity, as made evident on tracks like "Queen Maggot" and "Sick and You're Wrong".