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The act of forgery is described as producing feelings of nothing less than lightheartedness and rapture.
This style works well as a marketing tool, because it offers the vibrant colors and lightheartedness of a cartoon, while maintaining the professionalism of a corporate video.
Sonny Grieveson, from Walkergate, who studies at The MGA Academy of Performing Arts in the Scottish capital, played multiple men in its production of rock musical Spring Awakening The 22-year-old said: "It was a challenge to develop and create all 10 distinct characters and to find the humour and lightheartedness in each.
The 22-year-old admitted: "It was a challenge to develop and create all 10 distinct characters and to find the humour and lightheartedness in each.
In it, Lu's father calls her "the family's Shirley Temple" and "the little elf and jolly little girl" who brought everyone in the family "ceaseless laughter, lightheartedness and fun.
She said she enjoyed past Super Bowl performances from Beyonce and Madonna, and what she adds "is some lightheartedness.
We're all about lightheartedness, laughter and lots of fun.
rhythm, sound, and energy of it invoke a lightheartedness of mind and
There are whimsical and fun moments throughout The Speaker for the Trees despite its serious overtones, which will delight readers who enjoy a dash of lightheartedness along with the unexpected: "He knew she was worrying that his ulcers were boiling or that he didn't enjoy the pork chops.
The mix of lightheartedness and noise abuse is a seam running through Ruggiero's back catalogue.
Her naivete allows Toda to observe and comment on the strange behavior of adults and the absurdities of war, giving this otherwise serious tale a paradoxical lightheartedness.
Colourful, cartoon-like illustrations add to the humour and lightheartedness of the poems.