vivacity


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But the Judge showed a singular determination to enter unannounced; and as Phoebe, with the vivacity of a person whose movements unconsciously answer to her thoughts, had stepped towards the door, he used little or no ceremony in putting her aside.
Henri began to take a new footing in the school; her mental power, manifested gradually but steadily, ere long extorted recognition even from the envious; and when the young and healthy saw that she could smile brightly, converse gaily, move with vivacity and alertness, they acknowledged in her a sisterhood of youth and health, and tolerated her as of their kind accordingly.
D'Artagnan, biting his mustache with that vivacity which denoted in him exasperation, closely to be followed by an explosion, approached the officer.
Such were some of the thoughts that now stirred in Hester's mind, with as much vivacity of impression as if they had actually been whispered into her ear.
The President Youth Parliament Pakistan Rizwan Jaffer said that he was astounded by the optimistic spirit, enthusiasm and vivacity of youth at University of Sindh along with their exceptional academic ability.
Summary: Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], Jan 14 (ANI): Sankranthi, the harvest festival, is being celebrated in Hyderabad vivacity and will continue for the next three days.
In this camp Overwhelming number of Volunteers of different communities have participated with Vivacity.
A dystopian, sci-fi thriller with all the vivacity and roar of a summer thunderstorm
It first premiered in 1875, after which Bizet commented; "I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of color and melody," according to "The Rough Guide to Opera" by Matthew Boyden and Nick Kimberley.
There's our Mary, here's our John Smiling faces, pain all gone Joy fills my heart, we hug and kiss A timeless moment, filled with bliss Faith in the past was sorely tried But hope has kept the dream alive by Cathy McGregor, Aintree Scousers S is for a Scouser's sincerity C is for a great community O is for outlook and personality U is for understanding with generosity S is for special and hospitality E is for Everton FC's long history R is for red Anfield shirts worn so proudly S is for success in a city with such vivacity by John Wall, Wavertree
He said: "Exploring the subcontinent by rail exposed me to its extraordinary vivacity, colour and noise; and introduced me to the new high-tech India.
Breo International and Vivacity Skin Care with BREO was inspired by a young person struggling with acne.