merriness


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the trait of merry joking

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Therefore, categorical differences in expression along the merriness (happiness) dimension from positive over neutral across to negative does not eliminate (or does not even considerably diminish) the influence of the overall basic facial-morphological (personal identity related) cues on the trait perception.
For a quick, easy, and festive dose of the holiday spirit, load up the family and head south to Biloxi's Beau Rivage, where merriness reigns.
The British Dietetic Association (BDA) offers its top five tips to help you enjoy the festive party merriness, while maintaining a healthy balance and a healthy body.
Haddox claim that "More pointedly remains a bad Catholic to the end" confessing to Father Smith his continued "drunkenness, lusts, envies, fornication, delight in the misfortunes of others, and loving [him] self better than God and other men" misses the last imagery in the novel of More preparing a meal and anticipating not only the merriness of sleeping with his wife, but also the joys of attending midnight Mass (166).
After father's kingship A litany that would test the merriness of monarchs and subjects to their limits.
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