Parents Heath and Deborah Campbell have lost custody of their kids, the charmingly
named Adolf Hitler, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie.
The poor soul was annoyed my camera crew were still finetuning their set-up when he sat down, so he charmingly
frowned at me, barked "I haven't got time for this," and left.
If anything, there's something charmingly
old-fashioned about this musical ensemble, with gentle love songs such as "Romance" capturing a nice balance of earnestness and wistfulness.
Every ballet is packed full of drama, mystery, romance and mystery and these stories charmingly
retell six of the most famous, each complete with a historical introduction outlining how the story came to be written and made into a ballet.
illustrated throughout by June Golding, "Sunny Bunnies" is a perfect pick for family, school, and community library picture book collections
Bear's emotions are charmingly
captured in simple lines.
Phew started her musical career in short-lived punk band Aunt Sally, whose energetic, charmingly
amateurish debut now fetches hundreds of dollars.
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Observers describe him as 'very funny, with sharp lines charmingly
Retired "Calvin and Hobbes" creator Bill Watterson, who rarely makes public statements, said Thompson "has a sharp eye, a fun sense of language, and a charmingly
odd take on the world.
You don't have to be a history buff to appreciate Historic Spanish Point, one of the prettiest and most interesting spots in Sarasota County, but it helps if you like lush green gardens, charmingly
restored homes from the turn of the last century, and breathtaking water views.
He also suggested, rather charmingly
, that libraries were 'a place to meet your mates' or 'keep in touch by e-mail'.
You'll find Michael Gondry's ``The Science of Sleep'' either charming or odd -- or charmingly
Former 007 agent Pierce Brosnan played a charmingly
neurotic assassin in his first post-Bond outing, The Matador.
Finish your holiday in the Muscadet region near the Atlantic coast, lodged at the Palladian-styled Chateau du Breil in the midst of the Muscadet vineyards, where peacocks charmingly
roam the estate.