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Senior guard Julia Piwowarski of Webster, a soccer standout, provides leadership and enthusiasm - "the emotional rock of our team," Dullea said.
His 38-year-old wife of seven years, the mother of their two children, is said to have been an emotional rock for her husband as he struggles to get to grips to the situation, reports the Daily Mail.
Expect them to take their emotional rock 'n' roll to a new level this year.
What we were doing sounded like commercial suicide - an album full of slow-burning emotional rock songs.
In all honesty, they'd probably have put down their guitars a long time ago, for it is her stunning voice that separates them from every other emotional rock act.
Emotional rock is the sound du jour bouncing around the alternative scene and, boy, do these boys bounce.
99 ** My daughter likes a style of music called emotional rock, or emo for short.
Travis, Jes' brother, eight years his senior, is the emotional rock.