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How to use “looking forward to” in a sentence

How to use looking forward to in a sentence

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Actually, I’m soon going to be visiting my sister and am quite looking forward to seeing her sprogs again, so I’m certainly no child-hater.


It’s not something she’s looking forward to, but it’s a small price to pay for the joys of motherhood.


He is pleased to have finally turned over a new leaf and is looking forward to a bright future.


The bulbs were sponsored by local business people and everyone is looking forward to Spring when the road sides should be a blaze of colour.


But Reema, another student, seems to be looking forward to this ban as she feels that the youngsters are using two-wheelers only to show off.


But are the city’s chocolate fans mourning their loss or looking forward to enjoying the newly-packed sweets?


Richey is looking forward to experiencing the things we take for granted, such as feeling grass under his feet.


It was tiresome, traveling under the open sky, and she was looking forward to a good night’s rest.


After his interesting encounter at the auto shop, Carl was already not looking forward to more sleuthing.


She’d booked outings with friends and was looking forward to going to the theatre and on a mystery tour.


The long, slobbering, slothful decline we had been looking forward to was not to be.


Those who have read Karin Slaughter’s previous novels and were looking forward to another unputdownable book will not be disappointed.


I’m looking forward to the weekend but I’m not sure about being dubbed the most unromantic couple in Yorkshire.


We’ll be up against it, but it’s a challenge that every player is looking forward to.


The student society’s external relations officer said he is looking forward to working with the group.


We are looking forward to enjoying our science class in a modern up-to-date Science Lab.


I was pretty looking forward to PE today, and true enough, we played netta netball.


He was looking forward to a leap into another life, somewhere and somewhen else.


So as not to end this on an entirely sour note, there have been films worth looking forward to this season.


A BRAVE Brownie who survived two strokes is looking forward to celebrating Christmas at home with her family.


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It was very enjoyable speaking with you and I’m looking forward to future discussions.


I made the mistake of reading a spoilery article about the next episode but still looking forward to it even if nothing makes sense.


A British teenager who spent three days lost in bushland in Australia was last night looking forward to a reunion with her family.


After almost 30 years of working six days a week, Otley pork butchers David and Barbara Brown are looking forward to a day off.


She’s also looking forward to having time to travel and to get her house in order with a bit of spring-cleaning.


They even noodled for opal and are looking forward to their next visit next year.


In fact, the players are buzzing at the moment and I am looking forward to getting them back to business.


We thank the Norwegians for their help with the travel and accommodation, and are very much looking forward to going to Brisbane.


We are looking forward to a good entry and hope this advance notice will allow producers of breeding sheep to get together a healthy entry.


Lambert is expected to win his 40th cap on his old stamping ground and was also looking forward to seeing old friends.


The sexy socialite has revealed she and her future husband are looking forward to starting a family soon after their wedding.


My dad’s first wife and my half-brothers are here visiting from Jamaica, and I’m looking forward to seeing them.


Nick is looking forward to a great day and will probably hang his boots up after the match.


He is off on his holidays to Kerry this week and is taking a book he says he is really looking forward to reading.


As a great fan of porridge, I was looking forward to judging the offerings.


I know the forecast is still looking pretty grim, but I am really looking forward to my final day of being happed up on the cathedral steps.


Cinderella told her father that she’s looking forward to seeing both her stepsisters.


Our colleagues are looking forward to getting stuck in and really making a difference.


I still know a few of the teachers there so I am really looking forward to getting stuck in.


He said he was looking forward to the final in Brazil after a great season with a fellow Omani onboard.


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Two weeks ago children were looking forward to being able to play outdoors once again.


I’m not a carpet slippers and pipe man, and I’m looking forward to making a success of this latest venture.


I for one am looking forward to the publication of the Butler Report on Wednesday.


I’m looking forward to further stirring justifications of Miller on the op-ed pages.


This is an open competition and we are looking forward to many entries from the public.


I’m looking forward to the Gehry building, though, even though it’s been watered down a bit from its original design.


With pipe clamped firmly between his teeth, Voss presents us with a passive observer simply looking forward to a few days of quiet fishing.


How he must be looking forward to returning to the Tour, where he can do his own thing and stick to stroke play whenever possible.


Now I suppose like the rest of the 4,000 herberts here, you two are looking forward to Christmas dinner tomorrow.


We hope they have a lovely time, and the community are looking forward to seeing them all out and about.


Mr Blass is looking forward to the operation being fully up and running in Sligo, an area he holds in high esteem.


It was a case of just getting it over with and looking forward to next season.


I’m looking forward to this last season, with the hope that the last will be the best, leaving on a high note.


He enjoys hillwalking, although he has bagged only a few Munros and is looking forward to claiming many more.


The group will meet again in September and are looking forward to suggestions for the development of the field.


In the end there wasn’t that much of a problem and the kids are looking forward to getting back on the swings again.


The company added that it was looking forward to strong sales in the Christmas holiday season.


I’m on the money train now and am looking forward to a modestly superannuated future.


I for one am looking forward to receiving a sample and putting it through its paces.


Barbara said coming back to York had been something of a homecoming and they were looking forward to welcoming some familiar faces.


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I can’t tell you how much I am looking forward to the rest and chilling out for a few days.


I’m looking forward to next semester, my first as an honest-to-God arts student.


Inside, the rich and famous would be chinking glasses of Champagne, and looking forward to yet another staggering gourmet experience on the move.


In the honeypot town of Grassington, already a magnet for visitors, they are also looking forward to even more tourists arriving.


Most of you have embraced the Web and are looking forward to becoming master surfers.


Away from the theatre Tim is the senior coach at Carlow Fencing Club and he is looking forward to other theatrical swashbuckling engagements.


Some of the oldest swingers in town are looking forward to a night of nostalgia on Friday.


I can see how those who would be looking forward to a refund might want to hurry up and get their papers in order.


Jonathon passed out of basic training last month and is now looking forward to a full army career.


Portuguese newspapers are looking forward to their team’s quarter-final clash with England.


Well, I am looking forward to being on the hustings and arguing about that.


I’m looking forward to another late night quaffing session, even though it is already one o’clock in the morning and our hydrofoil sails at noon.


We are all looking forward to going into the base of the icefall tomorrow to try our luck on the crevasse ladders.


The club have plenty of activities lined up and are looking forward to a busy year.


I always return from weekend workshops with major pep in my step, looking forward to my next day at work.


The children have been busy rehearsing over the past few weeks and are really looking forward to performing on stage in front of a live audience.


I’m secretly looking forward to it, but don’t tell them, I’ll never hear the end of it!


I’m also looking forward to being in Dublin for Easter when I’ll make my periodical pilgrimage to the Gallery of Photography.


They are definitely more than a joke band and I’m looking forward to seeing them again.

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I made the obvious joke about him looking forward to progressing to the next stage and consuming solids, which got me a faint smile from Quentin.


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He is also looking forward to the release of his first record, a collaboration with The Divine Comedy.


Buoyed by the religious imprimatur, the country’s Shia majority is increasingly looking forward to exercising their democratic rights.


We’re looking forward to seeing more from this young Coloradan this season.


He added that he is looking forward to an improvement in facilities and services at the hospital.


Both boxers enjoyed the trip and are looking forward to furthering their horizons later in the season.


I think most of my problem is that I want to skip these in-between chapters and get to the stuff that I’m most looking forward to writing!


I am looking forward to reading comments on this opinion, but I will not respond to mindless comments that are little more than abuse.


We all want to see the best person in the job, and we are looking forward to working with the new commissioner in her role.


I’m already looking forward to returning in a few years to pick the road up where I’ve left off.


All of the girls on the team are my friends that I competed with when I was at home, so they were looking forward to seeing me.


She is one of many people looking forward to a larger variety of quality goods with more competitive prices.


We are looking forward to the successful completion of your mission and to you all returning home safely.


The berries are startling and I am very much looking forward to the arrival of the northern blackbirds, the fieldfare and redwing.


Ken is also looking forward to the upcoming league and championship campaigns, and is insistent that we can do well in both.


Although he has no plans to retire in the immediate future, he is looking forward to running the place in due course.


But as for intercity travel in the 21st century, we should be looking forward to something like this.


This will be the first holiday I have ever taken on my own, and I’m quite looking forward to it.


Ndunda said morale was high in the squad ahead of the game tomorrow and the players were looking forward to the clash.


After a dull and wet bank holiday, I was looking forward to a pleasant evening in the theatre.


But the plucky youngster has now made a full recovery and is looking forward to a happy Christmas with her family.


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The word reminds me of when I was a boy eagerly looking forward to the Saturday matinees in our local fleapit.


The team has posted good results there in the past and each driver is looking forward to another great weekend at a familiar track.


I’m actually quite looking forward to being the sober one that can remind them all tomorrow how foolishly they were acting!


The minibus, a hotel courtesy taxi, was on its way to Manchester Airport with passengers looking forward to flying out for their summer holidays.


I only spoke to Glenn three weeks ago and he was in fine form and looking forward to the future.


I’m looking forward to getting started working on the parallel machines they’ve got lying about, and programming Fortran, naturally.


He has many books to his credit and we are all looking forward to his latest.


But the main thrust of his speech was looking forward to the future of British farming.


But we think at this time and looking forward to our future that we would like to stay with one team and focus our resources on one team.


I’m not frightened of these games, in fact I’m really looking forward to them.


Afterwards he said he was looking forward to taking up his new responsibilities as assistant curate at St Mary’s, Barnsley.


Lisa was in good form, looking forward to a weekend away in a caravan in Ballyhalbert, the most easterly village in Ireland.


I’m looking forward to being able to write prescriptions and referral letters with the click of a button.


Anyway I’m looking forward to meeting some of you at some stage soon although Jon will have to be my mentor and gen me up on this car.


It was a familiar setting and they were both looking forward to renewing a profitable business partnership.


Mr Holland said that he was looking forward to what promised to be the best festival yet.


You’re looking forward to globetrotting, but sharing a double bed in a motel room with your sister who snores isn’t your idea of a great time.


The Senator says he’s looking forward to delivering his acceptance speech tomorrow.


They had a strong marriage and had been looking forward to celebrating their golden wedding anniversary next February.


Both teachers and pupils are looking forward to the new school term and all its challenges.


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He is also looking forward to spending more time with his two granddaughters, twins Leona and Ciara, who are three-and-a-half years old.


Mrs Bingley said she was looking forward to telling her grandsons about their father when they were older.


I hoped I wasn’t looking forward to college and turning eighteen for nothing.


I’m eagerly looking forward to and studying diligently for what I expect to be a marvelous journey.


I’m looking forward to a period of time when I can be a little more diligent in that area.


Now I’m looking forward to a whole new world of metal embellishment for my art.


At his side, but who knows for how long, is his wife Lola, looking forward to their dirty weekend.


She has been particularly emphatic about how much she is looking forward to it, on Tuesdays.


Mostly I’m looking forward to being just 40 something when I’m an empty nester.


As he boarded a plane from Manchester last February he was looking forward to ending his days in the bosom of his new-found family.


The rest of the captives began to disrobe, and were looking forward to their first shower in days.


So, if anyone is looking forward to the French version of the Old Pals Act being repealed, I fear they are in for a long wait.


They play a similar style to us, so it’s going to be a dogfight, a hard battle, one we’re looking forward to.


Other enthusiasts are looking forward to extending the line west, to offer passengers an expanded service.


He said he’s looking forward to the extension of the 2000 line, which will enable it to handle high-definition television as well.


I am looking forward to meeting a dreamboat at her celebratory dinner tonight.


I’m looking forward to doing shedloads of reading on the train to and from work.


I was sort of looking forward to the abseil, although I was dreading it a bit as well and was a bit scared.


I am really looking forward to returning this car to my folks and getting back on public transit.


Liverpool fan Nolan is looking forward to a likely showdown with warhorse Mark Hughes, who has been used in a deeper role by Blackburn recently.


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The whole family is looking forward to a lot of awesome flying, as well as waterskiing on the huge Murray river.


I’m looking forward to having my own room back because I’m fed up of having nowhere to go to be alone in peace and quiet.


It is quite sad in some ways that the finals are over, but I am looking forward to seeing what happens in the future.


By jingoes I’m looking forward to seeing the footage of what Deep Impact’s up to on Monday.


It’s one of those wireless jobbies and I was really looking forward to getting home and trying it out.


Your friends have all got the grades they needed and are looking forward to packing their bags and starting a new life in October.


I try to always send him out the door happy and looking forward to his day and encourage him to be cheerful and jolly.


There’s no doubt that there are some very professional clubs in this league and they are looking forward to playing us and making us welcome.


He qualified as a lawyer but was looking forward to a career in journalism in the family business.


They are now looking forward to watching the garden blossom and admiring the fruits of their hard work.


Now my wife and I are looking forward to going back to the Adriatic coast where we have a home and to taking things easy.


He was looking forward to getting home to the warm comfort of the ranch house and getting something good to eat from Hop Sing’s kitchen.


So we do not need to step out of the house for days, which I am so looking forward to.


Already a huge success in London, the band is looking forward to unleashing this ravishingly inventive piece of musical theatre on America.


But we’re looking forward to going on trips to Europe during the school holidays.


It’s not going to be easy, but I’m looking forward to having a go at it and doing my part.


The atmosphere was really good, everyone was keyed up and looking forward to the water fun.


I’m inspired by your open-mindedness and looking forward to revisiting some old wincers to see if they have revitalized.

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Without being able to speak Khmer, there’s only so much I can learn at first but still, I’m really looking forward to it.


I personally am looking forward to staying there as it holds a very special place in my heart.


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Stuart had completed all of his editing and writing for volume 7 before his death and was looking forward to reading the final proofs.


I was looking forward to wiping the floor with him, plus relieving him of the five pounds that we had bet on the contest.


I’m actually looking forward to watching it, since it’s been recut and improved.


This is going to be a huge wrench for me, but it is a huge challenge that I’m looking forward to.


Developing creative new multiplayer game experiences is right up our alley and we are looking forward to the opportunity.


Monica says she’s looking forward to expanding her public and private client base through her alliance with Noctor.


She has her own organic allotment in York and is looking forward to learning from the experts on her travels.


I’m looking forward to getting a real taste of this incredibly alluring lifestyle.


It seemed a bit weird having a festival in the middle of town, but I’m looking forward to this, yeah.


He was managing to make a few jokes, but the conversation lapsed, anyway, as everyone was looking forward to the shifting time.


Steve is now looking forward to launching his product in Croydon after its success in Brighton.


And we may be nervous but we are also ready, so I’m looking forward to it unashamedly, without reserve.


This makes the details leap to the eye and I’m looking forward to getting the base colors on.


I was looking forward to their first feature film and am relieved to report that for the most part it is a success.


I had been looking forward to the ricepaper rolls but words can’t really do justice to how foul they were!


I have always been a huge fan of retro culture and am looking forward to a trip on an actual ocean liner rather than a cruise ship.


Both students have signed up for apprenticeships and are looking forward to getting their hands dirty in their new careers.


In April, Daniel is scheduled to move on to Jamaica where is looking forward to a few days off.


I’m already looking forward to my next visit to Village Cantina with its warm hospitality, lively atmosphere and great food.


Aged 39, he was looking forward to a long and successful career in local government.


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Several of the young players shone and I’m looking forward to a successful run-in to the end of the season.


I’m personally having a lounge around the house day, and I’m looking forward to it.


I’m really looking forward to competing against other athletes from all over the country.


A Chicago native, Rivelli, 34, said he is looking forward to saddling a horse in an international race for the first time.


Jonathan has already contacted clients telling them about his mishap and is looking forward to getting straight back in the saddle.


You may even know so much about the company by now that you’re looking forward to the cafeteria’s Thursday salad bar.


Members of Swindon Council’s planning committee are looking forward to an away day to London all in the name of research.


I was exhausted when I got to Neil’s, but looking forward to the lovely chicken he’d made for dinner.


Dora’s cousin Daisy is turning 15, and Dora and Boots are looking forward to doing the mambo at Daisy’s party.


I’m very much looking forward to seeing him and sitting down and talking to him man to man.


Upon arriving in Copenhagen, I was burned out from backpacking and looking forward to a good nap.


With plenty of delightful romantic scheming from Dolly, this play is looking forward to a successful run.


Cleared of murdering their parents, these backwoods boys are looking forward to the return of their sister, Naomi.


The tented village is in place and we are just looking forward to play getting under way in some good weather.


He fumbled with the lock on the door to his apartment, looking forward to a stiff shot of single-malt Scotch before fixing dinner.


I am really looking forward to working on the games, but like many I’m worried I’ll make a terrible mess of things.


I was looking forward to barbecuing this summer, but now I hear it’s not a safe way to cook meat.


This season’s highlights include events that people have been looking forward to for years.


The couple are not going on honeymoon after the wedding but are looking forward to the possibility of sharing a room together once they are wed.


Most Pentecostal denominations are pre-millennial, looking forward to the Second Coming of Christ, and the Thousand-Year Reign.


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I’m looking forward to miles of walking along the water and I love browsing through the second-hand stores and thrift shops in the area.


The barren trees looked on branches swaying in the breeze, unwilling to quite succumb to the cold but looking forward to their sleep.


I’m looking forward to catching up with the previous movie, and seeing the next films whenever they come out.


There’s some great talent here and I’m looking forward to seeing the films.


I was looking forward to seeing him go after these two nasty gals in a free-for-all of meanness.


He hoped to someday become a detective, but in the meantime was looking forward to the action of being a cop.


I am looking forward to the National Party’s contribution to tonight’s debate.


But, as Sandy said in his email, what he’s really looking forward to is some toad-in-the-hole and a couple of drinks in the Rod and Mullet.


The campaign season has been draining and I’m looking forward to getting on with life and moving on.


Twelve months ago, the Worralls were looking forward to Christmas, believing Rose’s condition was in remission.


The chef looks after us so a bit of junk food one day of the year we’re actually looking forward to believe it or not.


If you’re anything like me, you’ll be longing for the winter to come to an end and looking forward to getting outside and enjoying the spring.


Schoolchildren from York are looking forward to spring so they can see the results of their gardening efforts.


Now he is looking forward to starting a new life with the force’s mounted police unit, which is based in Bury and Leigh.


Since then the pair have been inseparable and were looking forward to their big day, planned for this July.


Hoping that this sets a new trend, we are looking forward to more board treaders being caught unaware on canvas in the following months.


I’m looking forward to the conference tomorrow, mainly for a chance to hear from more people from the surrounding Shires.


She is looking forward to a long holiday in Canada visiting family and hopes to try her hand at something different during her retirement.


The club is now looking forward to the forthcoming Wharfedale Championships and is hoping to shatter last year’s record trophy haul.


I have been looking at biological warfare for seven years and this is the day I have not been looking forward to.


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I decided to check out this new boat even though I was looking forward to travelling the 2 hours on the old tub just like the old days.


It was his 54th birthday, and he was looking forward to starting another working day as the guard on the train.


Sam’s family lives next to holly’s family in Oxford and we’re all looking forward to watching the children grow up together.


She was one of the youngest children to perform at the Globe Theatre in Blackpool in March, and is looking forward to wowing the audience at the Albert Halls this month.


He was a physical wreck and is looking forward to spending time at home.


A hamstring injury wrecked his bid for a medal at this season’s world championships in Canada, but he’s now looking forward to going for gold in Manchester.


Jerry Gill is already looking forward to a promotion push with Cheltenham next season as he reckons their young bucks will be even better next term.


It stands to reason that the occasional melodic wrinkle that pops up here should be fairly well ironed out by their next effort, which I’ll be looking forward to.


He denied reports that he had agreed a lucrative counter-offer to play in Saudi Arabia, insisting he was looking forward to playing for Wanderers in the Premiership.


I’m looking forward to that and don’t intend to let anything sidetrack me.


We left the joint soon after polishing off our free beers, not looking forward to once again having to push our way past a sea of groping ladyboys and crazy hookers again.


That new novel that I was looking forward to was pretty blah.


Paddy was full of beans and looking forward to the aid work.


Had they not suffered a costly lapse of concentration just two minutes from time then City could now be looking forward to a midweek trek to South Wales for a replay.


I was really looking forward to having a break over the festive season.


Although ironically he has never raced at Mondello, this determined former motocross champion is looking forward to the challenge of racing in front of his home crowd.

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These days I can’t get away with eating quite so much but I’m definitely looking forward to eating Greek food like feta and hummus when I go out to commentate at the Olympics.


Much looking forward to going on with what is apparently also a trenchant and enlightening book.


Despite a spirited effort from HMS Tireless the submariners lost the inaugural match but they are already looking forward to a return match and the chance to level the score.


Alex is looking forward to running his first mud run this year.


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I don’t own any board games, but I’m quite looking forward to owning this one, particularly because I see it as my ticket to a semi okay Christmas.


With the Easter holidays just underway, school children are looking forward to two weeks of late morning lie-ins and afternoons spent hanging out with their friends.


Pilots, who have always loved to ride-share but found it difficult to arrange, were looking forward to taking advantage of modern sharing technology.


I’ll do my best to keep the overall design and function clean and simple but I’m looking forward to getting properly to grips with the new methodology.


Okay okay, jokes apart, this is one movie I am really looking forward to.


Members are also eagerly looking forward to next month’s short break.


I’m also looking forward to a stroll around the riverside garden.


She is also eagerly looking forward to returning home later this month.


I was looking forward to being collected by Jack as much as anything.


Though she had great support from her students, she is thrilled to be finally living the dream and looking forward to the release of her first album in September.


Lunch had arrived, the wonderful moment I had so been looking forward to.


The honeymooners, who are staying in a hotel a couple of miles outside the main town, decided to stay on the island, but admitted they were looking forward to going home.


Younger relatives, who had been looking forward to inheriting Uncle Jack’s vast fortune, had been horrified to discover that he had run it down to a few hundred pounds.


I’m happy to be back with my family and I’m looking forward to university.


She tried to sound cheerful about it, but her undertone implicated that she wasn’t looking forward to more staring and pointing from complete strangers.


There’s a camaraderie, a collegiality among former presidents and present presidents and first ladies that I’m really looking forward to tomorrow.


Maurice and I had worked together some years before when I recorded his story for an audiobook, and we were looking forward to working together again.


We are looking forward to using our extensive experience of investigating the paranormal to analyse the hauntings in an objective and scientific fashion.


As a fan, I’m looking forward to being on the other side of the fence.


I’ve had many of these this year and am now actually looking forward to the beginning of another challenging, rewarding, mind-boggling, tear-jerking year.


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Already, the 30 squad gymnasts, aged between six and 18, are perfecting backflips and somersaults, and are looking forward to showing them off in a competition next month.


By the way, Fred is alive and well in Wellington and looking forward to a new season of javelin throwing, his forte nowadays, along with track and field administration.


Kilpatrick says he’s looking forward to complete exoneration.


The teenager is now looking forward to spending some of the money on a long-awaited holiday with her boyfriend, probably to Spain in the new year.


As we move towards the end of this Parliament, with questions finishing today and people doing valedictory speeches, people are looking forward to getting out on the hustings.


I am looking forward to being part of a campaign to challenge students to think more accurately and broad-mindedly about the fundamental issues that affect their lives.


Anschutz has long experience in producing finely accurate.17 caliber barrels, and I for one am looking forward to taking one of these to the range for a test drive.


As you can imagine, my eyes lit up at this prospect and I began to balmily enjoy looking forward to the prospect of towering hills of white powder littering up the home.


Even the people who go to sea and have a really bad time health-wise, say it was a good experience and they are looking forward to going to sea later.


We’re looking forward to making massive strides this season, and hopefully there are people out there who could a role in the club, at some level.


After a few days of scouting venues and contemplating a Registry Office wedding, we were struck by how much we weren’t looking forward to the event.


I’m looking forward to brats and diet Coke and some darned good baseball.


I know you’re looking forward to showing off your newest spring threads at the office and on weekends, but the right jacket can take your look to a whole new level.


After watching The Sun, I’m looking forward to seeing the previous films.


I’m looking forward to meeting your parents at the speech day next week.


I looking forward to seeing Mark as we’ve been apart for a few days.


If you’re a complacent state sector bureaucrat, enjoying your job stability and looking forward to your lush pension, it’s time to start worrying.


After a long period of inaction, they are looking forward to loads of fun.


After three days of walking or bussing to the station, though, I’m almost looking forward to fighting my way through the traffic and the swearing drivers tomorrow morning.


Behind her, a family that until now had been looking forward to some bottomless Soup and Salad is dismayed.


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We are looking forward to publishing what promises to be an excellent series from this dedicated group of family physicians, teachers, and academicians.


I see where some of the pubs are looking forward to the day when smoking will be banned in their premises by trying to cut the move off at the pass.


The production team and crew under the direction of the queen of panto in Ballylinan Bernie Dunne are once again looking forward to yet another busy run.


All the same, she and the rest of the girls were passionately looking forward to the passing-out parade, a kind of school open day, graduation and sports day thrown into one.


He is exonerated of all charges and joyfully returns to his cell, looking forward to the freedom to live out his days at La Coste with his cherished wife.


I’m looking forward to working with some pretty strong-minded guys.


Totally man, the stickers are what I’m most looking forward to.


But as the epitome of a Middle England constituency, it’s a vital seat for both parties and I’m looking forward to helping the Conservatives regain it.


Part of me wanted to tell her that Lydia had happily left home to be with Matty and was looking forward to their marriage and becoming a proper little housewife.


I should be looking forward to the prospect of the future, yet I continue to be scared and cling on to a past that crumbled apart a long time ago.


It has been exhibited in museum and gallery venues around the world, and the exhibitors in the pavilion are looking forward to exposing attendees to the genre.


Robert Robinson, who is convalescing after an illness, is said to have been flattered the show was coming back and looking forward to watching it.


My folks are away on holiday this week and the thing I’ve been looking forward to most of all about having the house to myself for a week has been the food.


Robert is longing for the cooler weather of fall, but I’m looking forward to the transition of the window boxes from caladiums to pansies, cheerful but short.


I don’t want to give them ideas, but I’m looking forward to the derby.


In 2015 I am looking forward to working with more people in the industry and doing crazier and crazier scenes!


Day after day, I nursed the wound, looking forward to healing, but pus continued to drain from the incision site, helped by the wick that I had thoughtfully inserted.


As a matter of fact, I’m quite looking forward to being an old git.


She was now looking forward to starting working on a new album of jazz standards and original songs which would be brought out in November, this year.


I’m probably showing my hand too much, as I’m likely to review the film and should be more objective, but I’m looking forward to loving that movie.



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