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That cheerful presence also heightens the actual and perceived safety of the streets and residents’ sense of community.
In the digital age, the artist is unfailingly genial, cheerful, relatable.
On the other hand, Paige's life, seen only as an indefatigable, wise and funny personal odyssey, is a cheerful tale.
“I was just at the window, being happy and cheerful, and just trying to be as positive as I can be during the pandemic,” said Eddie Aldrete, a 22-year-old Starbucks employee.
“It beats driving alone,” a cartoon skunk declares in a cheerful 1974 public service announcement encouraging Americans to carpool.
This gave the house a very cheerful appearance, as if it were constantly on a broad grin.
DAVY AND THE GOBLINCHARLES E. CARRYL
Your hangings must be of chintz, of pretty chintz, and you will put a cheerful carpet on the floor.
But from the rather dismal salon they passed into a more cheerful room.
The cheerful sound of music came from the deck of a big saloon steamer, bearing its crowd of noisy tourists.
The cheerful hours of easy labor vary but do not destroy the pursuit of pleasure and of recreation.

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