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Cartoons by Thomas Rowlandson, including one that depicts a leering antiquary examining a toothily bespectacled mummy, are vivid realisations of the antiquaries' supposedly macabre interests.
And her full-bodied athleticism, which had made her an excellent waterskier, cast her perfectly as a vamp, or vampire, smiling toothily at her victims in late-night horror movies.
As to him becoming Prime Minister ( it would have been unthinkable, but it happened and this set off a chain reaction of political disasters that ended in a landslide of NuLab with Mr Blair grinning toothily on top of the rubble.
Alan Shearer, slipping into his best creosoting-the-fence mode, offered some affectionate observations, no doubt culled from England trips abroad with Deadly Doug, while Dwight Yorke toothily admitted that the chairman wasn't impressed with him when he decided to leave Villa for Manchester United.
His portrait of Saskia toothily grinning under a large hat reveals how curiously reptilean she looked, especially when she smiled (Dresden Gemaldegalerie).
ESTHER RANTZEN has been a fixture on our television screens since she first toothily giggled over rude-shaped vegetables on That's Life.
He sat on a bench in the home locker room, ran a hand through his Huckleberry Finn hair, smiled toothily and said, ``I think I'm going to get a wakeup call in about five minutes.
The outlook for Ila's future is excellent: she's now an inquisitive toddler who grins toothily at her parents and is beginning to walk and talk.