frivolity


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In his romantic comedies and comedies of manners Shirley vividly reflects the thoughtless life of the Court of Charles I and of the well-to-do contemporary London citizens and shows how surprisingly far that life had progressed toward the reckless frivolity and abandonment which after the interval of Puritan rule were to run riot in the Restoration period.
The fluffy white sheepskin cushions add comfort and frivolity.
Professor Denko Maleski reminds in Sloboden pecat that even if we were shocked by the act of violence in the Macedonian Parliament, the aggression and frivolity of the organized groups that we witnessed with our own eyes that is still something that we know perfectly well.
EASTENDERS has never been big on upbeat frivolity, and hot on the heels of Peggy going to the great Queen Vic in the sky, it's apt they're releasing a collection of DVDs about the show's deaths and other exits (those who left in a black cab to go 'up West' not included).
There is fiendish frivolity from Rob Brydon, David Mitchell, Lee Mack and their teams, but Countdown's maths wiz Rachel Riley steals much of the limelight as she attempts to determine who is telling the truth and who is fibbing.
Readers of the Guardian and the New York Times Magazine may recognize the dark humor of Tom Gauld, whose sizable new collection of cartoons pokes fun at literature of all stripes--putting a Beckettian spin on Tintin, for instance, and imagining a Bronte sisters video game--not to mention futurism, religion, modern art, and human hubris and frivolity.
I, of course, could not join in the fun and frivolity as I had two shows that day and I left early because I'm not on the pop- It's like those films where two people switch bodies.
They embark upon an adventure they'll never forget, with fun, frolics, frocks, and frivolity, bursting with timeless songs and outrageous outfits.
Commenting on Egyptian blogger Aliaa al-Mahdi who appeared fully nude on her blog and Facebook, sparking a heated controversy in conservative Egypt, Sateh Noureddin, managing editor of the leftist newspaper AS SAFIR, wrote in his column on November 25: "Despite the frivolity which appeared on the face of the young blogger Aliaa al-Mahdi, her fully nude picture on the Internet, through which she wanted to express her rebellion against attempts to seize Egypt's revolution by the military and the Islamists, reflected part of the intense debate among the sons of the young Egyptian generation who have made an historic achievement which they have not so far been able to exploit or benefit from.
Commenting on Egyptian blogger Aliaa al-Mahdi who appeared fully nude on her blog and Facebook, sparking a heated controversy in conservative Egypt, Sateh Noureddin, managing editor of the leftist newspaper AS SAFIR, wrote in his column on Thursday: "Despite the frivolity which appeared on the face of the young blogger Aliaa al-Mahdi, her fully nude picture on the Internet, through which she wanted to express her rebellion against attempts to seize Egypt's revolution by the military and the Islamists, reflected part of the intense debate among the sons of the young Egyptian generation who have made a historic achievement which they have not so far been able to exploit or benefit from.
This week he welcomes more famous faces to the studio for another round of gossip and frivolity.
But despite its own frivolity, there are a lot of catchy hooks here, and the pop anthem "Down," with its tinge of bitterness and odd jumps to demonic metal growls, is highly addictive.
Filled with whimsy, color, joy, and fantastical frivolity, the artistic creations of Claire Stoner dance around words that continually recreate and affirm the nuances of friendship.
Not quite, Jason, but this was a show brimming with frivolity and playfulness; you could not help but love its swagger.
Our spies across the state reported rampant frivolity on a scale not seen since, well, the last International Nurses Day, as nurses engaged in everything from bed races to lunchtime banquets.