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What the founder of Spunky Seniors Club is wondering, is how those critical followers might be a gateway to recognition by Oprah Winfrey herself.
The way it works is similar to a record company - the designers send in their ideas, sign a contract and their design is released under the Spunky Brand.
Kids will love this sing song, spunky tale of an imaginative caterpillar who will live to see another day as a butterfly.
The heroine of the new story is Sylvie, a spunky princess.
ceremony the day before the Oscars, the Spirits often laud all those spunky gay-made flicks you wish were getting Academy Awards.
It was my Cap/ Grant moment--finally, not just the little spunky guy--so I took advantage of it.
SIR: I wonder if any of your readers noticed the remarkable similarity between the Graz Art Museum, 'a spunky modern interloper that adds both to the life of the city and to its historic fabric', and the Birmingham Selfridges, 'a blue blancmange with chicken pox .
THE sad tale of Dublin Zoo's polar bears, Spunky and Ootek, has finally had a happy ending.
And some, including the elderly CH-46 Sea Knight and spunky AV-8B Harrier II, will be phased out as they are replaced by the revolutionary MV-22 Osprey and F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
In the film version of Helen Fielding's romantic comedy about a spunky, chunky, and terribly unlucky 32-year-old London bachelorette, Bridget Jones (Renee Zellweger) sets out to improve herself and her romantic prospects, hoping to lose 20 pounds, cut back on alcohol, and snag a truly scrumptious fellow.
Her artful reconstruction of Carnival on the planet as seen through the eyes of the spunky Tan-Tan is a true joy, full of the colorful sights and sounds experienced during the holiday.
First there was the Wadsworth Atheneum in 1985, where I saw, right in the midst of Picasso, Mondrian, and Miro, a picture of a spunky little girl with a back eye sitting in a principal's office.