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full of high-spirited fun

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naughtily or annoyingly playful

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Impish Lee is focused on maintaining a positive social impact by keeping the manufacturing of all product in the U.
He'd developed in impish fondness for the ukulele, which is brandished with exquisite abandon throughout the album.
The impish winger may have been voted the Sunday Mercury star man but he didn't create much of an impression with Alan Shearer, above.
Each item seemed to top the next: a box of Nigger Head golf tees (from the 1920s), a produce label from a crate of "Coon, Apricots" (1940s), an ashtray that depicts a black Mammy wailing in pain as her breast is caught in the gears of an old-style wringer washing machine (1953), a can of Nigger Hair smoking tobacco (1910), and a seemingly endless collection of spoons and other household items portraying impish black people--especially babies (known as pickaninnies and golliwogs)--being chased and eaten by alligators.
There are covers ranging from the impish (Gary Wright's Love Is Alive) to the profound (Bob Dylan's Make You Feel My Love.
Part carnival huckster, part freedom fighter, part impish rascal, he stood alone for many years when it was decidedly unfashionable to do so.
Rykwert also discussed the historical link between the completion of the world's highest building and the collapse of global economies, drawing impish parallels with the Chrysler Building in New York and the Great Depression, and Cesar Pelli's Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur with the current Asian economic crisis.
NEW YORK-Teletubbies, the impish characters in PBS' new television show of the same name, soon will appear on juvenile bedding, bath and beach products licensed through The itsy bitsy Entertainment Co.
Comeback of the Mini - Sir Alexander (Alec) Issigonis was an impish man with many engineering achievements, but he will be remembered primarily as the man who gave us the Mini, the tiny transport that revolutionized the motoring industry.
It was a rite of pass for a neighbour to coyour door and complaabout your impish behaviour to your paThe rascal categor are as follows: Do the backs/hedges - This is when you ran through several of yoneighbours' back garThe optimum set-u the gardens being separated by hedgesgave it a kind of Gran National feel.
If dancing isn't your thing, impish Macedonian pianist Simon Trpceski is on his way back to the Phil to play with Vasily Petrenko and the RLPO on Thursday.
Working in 3D for the first time, director Barry Sonnenfeld imbues each breathlessly orchestrated scene with impish humour.
The Greenbacks, who beat their Buckinghamshire opponents at Mill Meadow 3-0 on the opening day of the season, were undone by a slick double from impish Charlie Strutton, a defeat that was in someway counteracted by similar setbacks for leaders Slough and fourth-placed Beaconsfield.
She captures a real sense of impish theatrical style - and knows naturally how to do that so well.