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Related to light-hearted: forthrightness, placating, reproachfully
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carefree and happy and lighthearted

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"I am very fond of films by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Basu Chatterjee and films by Rajshri Productions that depicts our culture and values...I always want to produce a light-hearted comedy and it is a light-hearted comedy," said Kedar Shinde.
Dancers appear underneath, behind, and seemingly within the iterations of the painting, texturing the light-hearted movement motifs like the layered brushwork on the canvas.
Mark One "Baby" used the database to create a stream of light-hearted verse.
Virgin Cars chief executive Ian Lancaster said: ``Although this is light-hearted research, it reinforces the point that we all have different driving skills.''
Sir, - In response to Mr David Henson's letter (Post, Nov 26) I and my family have, and continue to derive, considerable pleasure from the light-hearted and colourful work of art which has been placed on the roundabout at the top of Priory Road, Edgbaston.
Painted by sisters Amrit and Rabindra Singh, 36, who run their own art studio in Wirral, the depiction is meant to take a "light-hearted" view of fame.
The tape, Mastering Fine Art, takes a light-hearted look at youth culture but also makes serious points.
The Home Office tried to defuse the row, saying the comments were light-hearted and not meant to offend.
THIS light-hearted documentary follows JD on a trip to Iraqand Kuwait.
RADIO Five Live likes to spin between serious news and light-hearted fluff.
Painted by sisters Amrit and Rabindra Singh, who run their own art studio in the Wirral, the depiction is meant to take a 'light-hearted' view of fame.
AS AN evangelical atheist, whatever that means, David Banks is entitled to make his light-hearted comments on the appointment of the next Archbishop of Canterbury (Daily Post, February 12).
Campaign manager Alison Hallam said: "This play takes a light-hearted look at the amount of rubbish we produce and gives children ideas of how they can reduce, re-use and recycle their rubbish."
Steve, 37, said: "It was just a light-hearted jibe."
A LIGHT-hearted examination of our great soap queens, as seen by the women who portrayed them, featuring Sheila Grant, Angie Watts, Charlene Robinson, Peggy Butcher, Hilda Ogden, Dot Cotton, Sue Ellen Ewing, Alexis Colby and Bet Lynch.