chirpiness


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It's notable chiefly for its presenters, who project the kind of relentless chirpiness and unnerving enthusiasm which, if you saw in a member of the public, might cause you to back away slowly.
Let's hope that eventually the allegedly non-dull person who is taken on does not end up going to an employment tribunal to claim unfair dismissal for not oozing enough dynamic, exhilarating and ebullient chirpiness.
It's her nature, and I imagine that she sometimes feels trapped in a chirpiness that comes so naturally that the world now expects it of her all the time.
It's a nice read just for the Frenchness that rubs off as you turn the pages and learn that some schoolchildren in France are required to use fountain pens and are graded on the beauty of their handwriting; that professional women take classes to shed the chirpiness in their voices; and that seminars are offered on table settings and dining habits.
If chirpiness and boundless vigour are the staple requirements of children's TV, then it's little surprise Gethin was a Blue Peter presenter for three years, until his departure in June 2008.
Cecil is much more than just horses though and kindness, thoughtfulness and chirpiness, even in some recent dark days, have never left him.
Sally Hawkins' relentless chirpiness and Golden Globe weren't enough to squeeze her into the fiercely competitive lead actress category, where Kate Winslet took two nominations for "The Reader" and "Revolutionary Road."
"That chirpiness probably comes from the confidence that they have from playing so well.
Mind you, her chirpiness shut us up and she laughed and said she reckons 90 per cent of couples who come into DIY shops together come in the best of friends and leave annoyed.
It was a rare, uncharacteristic bout of happy-cheery 'hello birds, hello trees' chirpiness on my part which would soon have the stuffing royally kicked out of it.
Since CNBC has never been thought of as especially antibusiness, this double-whammy of institutionalized chirpiness could be bad news for short sellers everywhere.
But Tel's media-savvy chirpiness has been absent as the alarming slump on the pitch only added to the gloom of a club still suffering from the fallout of the Bowyer-Woodgate trial, among other things.
Well, at least you've got to admire their chirpiness...
But it has a little bit of a tone of defiance and bravery and a chirpiness that I liked."