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The early numbers, especially—during the part of the show that details the meeting and courtship of the young Diana and her Prince-to-be—are bright, cheerful and chirpy.
WHY PRINCESS DIANA IS SO HARD TO GET RIGHT ONSCREENSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKOCTOBER 26, 2021TIME
It’s intriguing, but exhausting, too chirpy, and too, too sunny.
RAISING A CHILD WITHOUT A GENDERTERRI SCHLICHENMEYERJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Sir Leo Chiozza Money is ordinarily a chirpy little person, quite able to take care of himself.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 152, MAY 16, 1917.VARIOUS
Chirpy Cricket said that it was all very interesting to hear about.
THE TALE OF CHIRPY CRICKETARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
“An unpleasant idea has just come into my head,” Chirpy told him.
THE TALE OF CHIRPY CRICKETARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
If the truth were known, Chirpy Cricket wished that he had a light of his own.
THE TALE OF CHIRPY CRICKETARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
But of course Chirpy was too polite to tell that to his cousin.
THE TALE OF CHIRPY CRICKETARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
Chirpy Cricket lost no time in getting his own fiddle to working.
THE TALE OF CHIRPY CRICKETARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
He explained to Chirpy that it was easy to dig in the garden, because its soil was loose.
THE TALE OF CHIRPY CRICKETARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
But if Tommy paid no heed to Chirpy, there was a reason why.
THE TALE OF CHIRPY CRICKETARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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