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Last year's HUSHHUSH, another big work, showcased the choreographer's humor, quirkiness, and sensuality far better.
Indeed, further evidence of the astonishing quirkiness that distinguishes water from virtually all other liquids has now surfaced in computer simulations of the behavior of water molecules cooled to temperatures well below water's normal freezing point.
The images reflect the diversity of New York City, its elegance, edginess and quirkiness.
And, perhaps crucially, it even offered a splash of character and quirkiness long before the advent of the modern MINI spawned a clamour to make small cars style icons.
What a pity her attempts at quirkiness have already been trumped by Lady Gaga, Katy Perry - even Helena Bonham Carter.
The illustrations capture well the quirkiness of the tale .
Elliot Brooks said: "Americans like the quirkiness and sense of humour in British design.
We aim to have our own vision at heart in terms of quirkiness, and it's so wonderful to be recognized by the academy.
But it was Carol's quirkiness and glorious character that set her apart from the B-listers on I'm A Celebrity.
To animate this backdrop of quirkiness, British actor and writer Fry has the perfect dry tones to deliver Adams' trademark humor.
A primary school teacher indecently assaulted three young boys and disguised his behaviour with a 'veneer of humour and quirkiness,' a jury was told yesterday.
New single Absent Friends displayed the band's famed quirkiness, the piano refrain having a familiar but not derivative feel.