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When we can hop on a plane, or just walk down the street and see what happens, the bliss of spontaneity minimizes the sting of forgetfulness.
Today, if you admire mid-century abstraction, you can’t help but love the individuality, spontaneity and sheer vivacity or her work.
Such improvisation is impossible when carving wood, and yet these prints reproduce his trademark spontaneity.
Naturally, virtual networking has become a common feature, but there is no replacing the spontaneity of exchanges at events.
Robert Hackett, senior writerI am really looking forward to the return of spontaneity.
I shall never forget it—nor the dear childish awkward spontaneity of its expression.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Not until pupils rise to the spontaneity which betokens a genuine love for the work in hand do they secure the richest results.
He would have suffered in spontaneity, vivacity, originality, and quietly taken his anchorage in the sleepy haven of mediocrity.
Good he is, of course, but there's no spontaneity about him.
In this operation, in case the subordination is really absolute, no sort of spontaneity is present on the part of the subordinate.

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