(1) He brought to journalism a sense of mission - a fervid devotion to blunt truth-telling and historical witness.(2) Two decades ago, his band the Pogues achieved a certain popularity with a fervid stew of traditional folk and punkish energy, and dreamy poetic licence.(3) Too many students left the teach-in feeling intimidated not by the overwhelming opposition to the war, but to the way an academic forum became a fervid presentation of an exclusive viewpoint.(4) And the atmosphere of today's Europe is different: Back then, the fervid , revanchist nationalism of the losers traded blows with the victory-happy nationalism of the winners.(5) That is: the prevalent imagery of society is no longer focused on institutional structures, on embodied manners of acting and thinking, but on the tone, fervid or cool, of states of mind.(6) Within a year, they found capital and a venue (a hidden courtyard just off New Bond Street), and launched Hush, to some acclaim and fervid celebrity interest.(7) To dirt, chaos, maharajas, beggars, cows on the road, roaring rivers, fervid sunshine, unpredictability, and loud laughter.(8) Imagine a country with no McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's (the restaurant) or any other fervid fryers of French fries.(9) Anyway, in all my fervid imaginings, I never saw her with my mug in her hand, because I believed she'd learnt it was mine.(10) Some with the greatest access of luster equal the colors of painters, others the fervid flames of sulphur, or fires quickened with oil.(11) First, where do these kids (and they are still minors) get their fervid imaginations from?(12) I don't have the feeling that he is a fervid prosecutor in the sense that he thinks that anyone accused of something must be guilty.(13) He will seize any opportunity to pontificate, expressing his views with fervid self-assurance and with little concern for time constraints or his audience.(14) No great surprise there, except that this common-sense finding demolishes the implied presumptions of fervid gun control advocates.(15) This is the charm of spiritual tourism, of course, but it is only another form of consumer frenzy, the fervid acquisition of knowledge, boogie fever.(16) They are also, in many ways, fervid advocates of 19th- and early 20th-century American views of international politics.