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the quality of being quaint and old-fashioned

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strangeness as a consequence of being old fashioned

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Located in Iloilo, the Gigantes Group of Islands is made up of ten islands that offer visitors the white sands and clear waters of Boracay with the quaintness of a yet-to-be-discovered tourist haven.
Little is a master at understanding subjects that appeal to children, and Weissmann is her match in capturing the quaintness of the plot through his cheerful, bold, humorous illustrations.
With its proximity to international airports and one of the largest cruise ports in the world, and located between Miamiand Fort Lauderdale, Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort perfectly captures the charm and quaintness of Hollywood Beach.
The Kleiners, who plan to market their business, Anatomywise, to families around the country as a destination for health and wellness, chose the Mount Holly property for proximity to the Charlotte airport and the quaintness of the historic downtown business district.
However filming took place in the company's Ruthin office which, being older and based in the town centre, had a homespun quaintness that Wrexham's new-build, edge-of-town office lacked.
The perfect venue for an out-of-town visitor wanting to sample Yorkshire quaintness.
"I try to get the quaintness of this look, but my work has more vines, flowers, trees, and woodland creatures, like scenes from my childhood spent outdoors in Louisiana and Mississippi."
The quaintness everywhere apparent in this exhibition was perhaps meant as a challenge to the self-seriousness of so much contemporary art made by men.
''It keeps the quaintness of the town,'' said Kathy Tornberg, who planned on using the whole two hours her dime bought recently.
The beauty and resourcefulness of the place inspired the king name hidden' As of the known proudly reflecting river a sight with domes, luxurious elegant painstakingly facades, paintings are A QUAINTNESS IN
It had it all, the quietness, breathtaking scenery, the peaceful relaxation, the secluded walks, demanding at times and certainly not for the faint hearted, the quaintness of experiencing what truly can be described as a land and people living in a time warp but having been invaded occasionally by modern technology.
The quaintness of the West Village is completely gone.
Now the BBC imagines we can look back and laugh at the quaintness of Britain in the 70s.