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to leap and skip about playfully

to behave riotously

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n Flipping heck, it's t's n a flying dolphin WILDLIFE watchers got a rare treat when a pod of dolphins started frolicking in the Moray Firth.
In the video, one can see a typically busty Katy frolicking with a geeky fella in a booth.
A group of frolicking sea lions cluster on the rocky coast near Heceta Head north of Florence for a December swim.
While the PR people tell us Gwyneth grew up with golden retrievers and tree houses, she was more into underage drinking and frolicking at hotel room parties.
Schools of tuna tend to swim below frolicking dolphins.
On the contrary, Roberts's hyperactive new film is all over the world of hardcore like a puppy frolicking in a country field.
Upon arriving, half of the volunteers learned they were to enjoy themselves without entering the water, while the rest had to spend some 10 minutes frolicking in the frigid waves, submerging themselves at least three times.
Watching this gift of nature frolicking among the pines and flowers, it's hard to see the controversy.
One breath, and you'll be dancing in the dreamy Paris Twilight[TM] basking beneath the Bali Moonlight[TM], warming up to a crackling Fireside[TM], gazing upon a Sapphire Glow[TM] or frolicking in a Secret Grove[TM].
Now porpoises have been reported around the Kessock Bridge at Inverness and a small group of dolphins, including a calf, have even been seen frolicking in the firth just yards offshore.
Our voyage is nearly two hours old when the scout plane spots and directs us to an enormous pod of dolphins who are leaping, diving and frolicking by the hundreds along the side of the boat.
Scattered throughout the pages leading up to Hollis Frampton's high-theory "For a Metahistory of Film" were notices for works on celluloid at Leo Castelli and a pair of Michael Snow shows; ads for Film Culture and the San Francisco Art Institute (a student-director type and a man with a camera stalk a pair of longhairs frolicking naked in an open field); and a "Foreword in Three Letters" to and from the issue's guest editor, Annette Michelson, who had been contributing to the magazine since 1967.
Backed by a blown-up road map detail--black lines and symbols on white backcloth and floor--Act One starts with enthusiastic dancers frolicking to a Mozart serenade; the steps are ballet, peppered with gender-neutral postmodern partnering.
I've been eating, drinking, and frolicking in the sun," says the wry, mellow Hauser.
The latest of these is 28-year-old surgeon Reza Jarrahy, shown frolicking with a topless Davis at the post Mediterranean resort of Calla di Volpe.