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(birds or insects) characterized by or tending to chirp

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characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness

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Balan recently wrapped up the shoot for her upcoming film Tumhari Sulu, a story about a chirpy radio jockey Sulochana aka Sulu.
I grew up believing that this was just the natural state of affairs and it gave me a sense of confidence and well-being that could not be eroded by my flares swishing as I danced to Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep.
A MONSTER IN PARIS U Obviously a CGI effort, but this chirpy film will keep kids occupied while adults may feel a little more fleshing out of characters would have helped.
This look needs to be kept subtle so don't go overboard with the little chick references, but children and big kids alike will love Barker and Stonehouse's chirpy bird mug in vibrant pink and yellow.
In 1971 he had been held off the top by Middle of the Road's Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep.
The enthusiastic and chirpy Derek was standing in four inches of snow outside Broadcasting House in Cardiff.
As chirpy cockney Alfie in EastEnders he was himself.
There was, thankfully, a happy ending as Alfie, who had a 'Lifetime In Racing' Handicap held in his honour at Newmarket last November, is recovering well from his ordeal and is evidently as chirpy as ever.
Each easy-to-follow recipes features step-by-step simple instructions that will result in consistently high quality dishes of chocolates and candies ranging from Marshmallow Crunch; Spicy Christmas Stars; Chocolate Truffles; and Creamy Chocolate Fudge; to Easter Fruit Bread; Chirpy Chick Cupcakes; Iced Gingerbread Hearts; and Starry Jam Tarts.
Frequently, Sarah will interrupt the proceedings, as sloppily plotted as they are, to sing a chirpy little ditty about poking out people's eyes, or a seemingly earnest ballad about saving the world.
My local newspaper constantly runs chirpy feature stories about public school parents but never mentions the great sacrifices made by private school parents and the huge subsidies they are coerced to give to public schools.
But it also reminds me not to rely on lazy prejudices: Los Angeles is no longer just charming ticky-tacky but becoming now a serious city; serious architects whose mannerisms are not yours can, on form, remind you why others bother with them; and all those chirpy transport officials, overtly surprised and pleased to be in a quality building, are merely getting a little bit of the payoff that architecture was supposed to be about: namely, delight.
He routinely made chirpy calls, typical for his Asian companions but not for his own species.
From 2000, Follow Me best represented the company throughout Giovanni Solima's alternately chirpy and tidal score, Aquilarco.
Laura Hamilton has the chirpy voice needed to carry the style of Alex Davidson, girl publicist of Hollywood, and just enough of a cynical edge so that the listener understands how much Alex sees through the pretense.