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in an appealing but bold manner

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London, Feb 11( ANI ): Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has impishly called on the Football Association to persuade Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson to take up the vacant England manager's job.
Douglas Mawson impishly postulated a Bathybia where, thousands of feet below sea level, a greenhouse effect would allow fresh water to flow and life to thrive.
She told him I was a virgin and they joked impishly as Sammy humped.
The prototype Alzheimer's cure developed by Will ended up augmenting intellect, reasoning and sentience in test subjects, which means that not only does the cure smuggled home by Will work on his father (watching Lithgow go from tragically baffled to impishly alert is marvellous), but it also turns Caesar, year by year, into a member of the family.
Paul is a fantastical road movie which impishly probes feel good sci-fi adventure, ET: The Extra-Terrestrial.
The result is a fantastical road movie which impishly probes feelgood sci-fi adventure, ET: The Extra-Terrestrial.
In the same way that Shaun Of The Dead gleefully gnawed the funny bone of the zombie horror genre, and Hot Fuzz took aim at the countryside cop drama, Paul impishly probes feelgood sci-fi adventure, ET: The Extra-Terrestrial.
Shaun Of The Dead gleefully gnawed the funny bone of the zombie horror genre, Hot Fuzz took aim at the countryside cop drama and Paul impishly probes feelgood sci-fi tale ET: The Extra-Terrestrial.
Such a resting place was impishly inaugurated with Alex Cecchetti's photographic series "Untitled," 2009, documenting the Paris-based Italian artist's interventions on statues, all of them the worse for wear, in a park in the environs of Paris.
Impishly, I once posed the question in print: "If you could make a perfect copy of a great work of art, would the copy not be as compelling as the original?
Concerned with the authenticity, artificiality and how those facing an uncertain future take solace in the past, he impishly conjures up equally derelict versions of the future.
Impishly, he said, "One day I asked [the priest], 'Weren't we breaking church law?
Smith's focus seemed to be on impishly breaking harmless laws as quietly as possible, instead of drawing attention from locals to the ridiculousness of such decrees, something that would have added entertainment to the otherwise filler-padded and tedious chapters.
When I apologized she smiled, "No problem," then impishly added.
With large dollops of travelogue and biography, Diana Souhami has done the impishly impossible - said something new about the mutiny.