Maybe that was why he was so gung-ho for her to share his things.
Simply wait by the overshield and DON'T pick it up until the very last minute, like right before you go gung-ho into a huge group of enemies.
Finally, how do you stay the course and keep focused once the initial gung-ho spirit wears off?
Gung-ho spirit goes a long way, but there are cases where that toughness can create and aggravate problems.
The defense bar is gung ho to stymie evidence in any cases where they figure a tip was involved.
If George W is so gung-ho on removing Saddam Hussein from power why didn't he focus on it a year ago?
Avon, for once, is all gung-ho about it; he wants it over.
With 2005 sales of £ 40m he's not surprisingly gung-ho about business too.
The information is solid, the presentation uninspired (as in " written by a particularly gung-ho individual!
gung-ho attitude among young people toward debt.
gung-ho approach of blasting through a long patch of bad mud at speed seldom works for bigger bikes.
gung-ho heroics of mountaineering writers.
gung-ho style traded in for a direct approach.
gung-ho type, Harry is a natural leader.
So you're kind of going gung-ho for the girl.
If that sounds typically gung-ho, then consider Pearl Harbor.
In private, however, they are gung ho for a US assault.
Hoo har What is it those American gung hoo har What is it those American gung ho soldiers shout in movies with that throat clearing burst of machismo?
Stopping Saddam is not a matter of gung-ho military overkill.
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