(1) An emotional congregation packed into a Walton church for the last time.(2) Women are more emotional , think in grander ways and can see the bigger picture, whereas a lot of men prefer the smaller picture.(3) Controversial social and political issues underlay these emotional exchanges.(4) Politicians, academics and campaigners today routinely frame public issues in emotional terms.(5) It was definitely intense and emotional at times, but that's just part of recording.(6) Counselling will help you to talk through the emotional issues that you are both struggling with at the moment.(7) We struggle with the emotional issues of success and failure in our lives, and what did we do?(8) He's a very emotional person and he likes to be a father figure to all of his team.(9) I try my best with the emotional parts, seeing as I'm not a very outwardly emotional person myself.(10) He urged the justices not to lock her up as he felt that she needed help in overcoming her emotional difficulties to stop her offending.(11) In this case, the mural has helped pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties to learn about history.(12) He speaks simply, he's a very emotional man, and he shows a lot of passion in what he says.(13) Everything that I'm drawn to is always pretty deep, emotional and intense.(14) All of these reports focused heavily on the emotional intensity of Blair's speech.(15) He was a passionate and emotional man always yearning to uncover and reveal the mystery of the world he lived in.(16) Scarcely able to conceal his disappointment, he issued an emotional apology afterwards.
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