- They beat Red Star 2-;0 and Clapton Orient 1-;0, and Chapman sent a jubilant telegram to the Examiner reporting that the team had also won a "nice trophy", the Bronze Lion.
- IT WAS 9.15 on Tuesday night, the din of a thousand jubilant Tories echoed round a Wembley conference hall and the verdict from the critics was that John Major's final rally address had been a success.
- The first part of the subtle body or aura is called the etheric or vital body which emanates about t.5 centimetres from the physical body; the astral body radiates about 30 centimetres or more around the body; and the mental or spiritual body, which can widen or contract, sometimes extends for metres when we are feeling jubilant or when we are in love, for instance.
- Bean was jubilant, Gary pleased, Jazz silent and non-committal.
- No jubilant thing of sun or shade worth one sad tear.
- "A jubilant Mrs Thatcher (waving stick) outside No.10 prior to starting her sixth term."
- Donald McCulloch was jubilant.
- Jubilant England manager Donald Parker said: "It was a wonderful team performance.
- Her whole body felt starry-eyed and jubilant.
- It was won by the Cheshire Youth Orchestra, who were in jubilant mood as they left for the journey home.
- He was jubilant, in an unusually chatty mood.
- At 11.30pm a band of jubilant household staff returned to Cumnor Hall from the mop fair.
- Zuwaya said they would not have wanted to win an election that way; and some Magharba - admittedly few, the majority being unquestioningly jubilant - said that just ends had been achieved by improper means.