He said that Mahdi's nude pictures have shocked the entire Egyptian society which attributed the young woman's behavior to "fornication, debauchery or frivolity
, as well as to the culture and environment to which Mahdi, who is hardly 20 years old, belongs.
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.
And the Fun And Frivolity
With Gordon Brown sketch was half-decent .
And if you like fun and frivolity
as well as some real news-digging, you can't beat our Mole column, edited by David James, which has been short-listed in the best diary category in the Sports Journalists Association Awards which will be announced on March 17.
I also have a respectable understanding of the frivolity
of other things that are offered up that may seem important from the outside looking in but aren't.
But the politics of frivolity
are a good distraction from the absence of politics of substance.
I plan down to the nanosecond, but within those pieces of organized time, there is a lot of time for spontaneity and frivolity
when it's appropriate.
This is the tone of the book: frivolity
interlaced with seriousness.
The stories are divided into sections with titles such as "Utter Frivolity
," "Utter Helplessness," and "Utter Confusion.
They add, with what the BBC fashion pundit at York called their 'fancy dress', to the fun and frivolity
of a marvellous occasion.
The book's message is in stark contrast to one that was published two years ago by a female manager in Cologne, who argued that there was no place for fun at work, and that frivolity
should be punished, reports The Scotsman.
The latter frivolity
is, surprisingly, at one of the big 10 British practices, Reid Architecture at www.
While the pretty boys of V might not be eye candy for everyone, their music will appeal to those who like the frivolity
of pop performed by people who love to jump about in colourful outfits.
Although Les Presages (1933) and Balanchine's Serenade (1934) make more use of the classical vocabulary than had become the custom, Massine's work with its figures of Fate, Frivolity
, and Hero has none of the pristine neoclassicism of the Balanchine.