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Christmas is the jolliest season of the year, but it can also be the most stressful with all the preparations for gatherings, including choosing, buying and wrapping presents for your loved ones.
Now get behind the wheel, make the effort, go for that long drive and have yourself the merriest and jolliest Christmas ever.
In addition to sharing their hearts desires with the North Poles jolliest elf, children mostly between the ages of three and seven played games and made crafts.
It began with Brahms at his jolliest, but the three Hungarian Dances we heard were delivered with the sort of gypsy abandon that made you forget burnished gold and consider polished enamel instead.
After the Arden 11 did their time for those illicit acts of baseball and ice cream, Sinclair claimed that the constable who dragged them to the pen kept saying "that we were just the jolliest, jolliest bunch of convicts he had ever, ever put in jail.
This luminous work is set in the cheeriest, jolliest place you can possibly imagine: Siberia
Perhaps s most exciting of all, it's home to one of the world's jolliest people - Father Christmas - who can be found in a log cabin in the Saariselka woods, 150 miles above the Arctic Circle.
Job Summary : This festive season, Fairmont The Palm is looking for the jolliest, gleaming, funniest and red-faced Santa Dubai can imagine
Cash prizes, certificates and trophies await the winners of the various contests and participants of the parade where special awards will be given, such as Best in Costume, Best in Attendance and Jolliest Group.
Bourgeau, the jolliest little fellow I ever came across.
Melissa Reynolds, 49, whose dad was cared for by Baldev, said: "He was the kindest, jolliest man - a friend, not just a carer.
We chatted, laughed, and foundered about and splashed one another till long after dark, and they freely confessed that I was the jolliest night companion of the bath they had ever met with.