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They’re among the wisest animals because they’re spontaneous and playful and content with whatever life presents them.
Seemingly more playful is a painting by another Beirut native, Helen Zughaib, who places a Roy Lichtenstein-style beauty behind a 3-D decorative screen.
I mean playful behavior without immediate goals and benefits, without even the possibility of failure.
Here’s a playful red blend that is indeed a mash-up — it takes Australia’s cabernet-shiraz blends and its more traditional Rhone-style GMS, or grenache, mourvedre and shiraz, and well, it’s a GMS with some cabernet.
“We were freed from the restrictions of gravity and crowd control in a virtual space, so we could be more playful,” said Lynham.
Humor and playful teasing form a cornerstone of everyday Gambian life.
THE LATEST HUB OF POLITICAL HUMOR: GAMBIACHARU KASTURINOVEMBER 24, 2020OZY
Usually in high spirits, he often displayed a boyish playfulness that resembled the gambols of a big good-natured dog.
The wretched attempt at playfulness actually frightened Elle, who shrunk again to the side of her friend.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
The insinuating affectionateness and winning playfulness had hitherto not been brought out so distinctly.
Meaning, perhaps, that a man's temper is such that he passes from the extreme of playfulness to that of passion very quickly.
THE PROVERBS OF SCOTLANDALEXANDER HISLOP

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