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How positively whimsical it would be to stand shoulder to shoulder, hovering over sneeze guards, sharing soup ladles to scoop an odd assortment of pudding, three grapes, a heap of rotini pasta, and a drumstick onto a plate.
He then set out to gut and renovate the ground floor to establish an operation every bit as utilitarian as the rest of the office was whimsical.
VdL’s invocation of the Bauhaus might seem a little whimsical at a time when Europe is facing the double whammy of a pandemic and a climate emergency, but it does make quite a bit of sense.
Just around the corner is the more pocket-friendly 99-room MoMo’s, a more whimsical hotel concept that called on the talents behind Sydney’s Akin Atelier for its interior decor.
He has emerged as one of Amazon’s highest-profile executives, taking to his Twitter to post whimsical videos like delivery drivers dancing, or to defend the company’s reputation from news stories critical of Amazon’s practices.
For a moment there was no consciousness in their gaze; then a whimsical ghost of a smile crept about his mouth.
Ida thought it was, but the quiet confidence behind his whimsical manner appealed to her.
THE GOLD TRAILHAROLD BINDLOSS
Weston was a little leaner, and his face was grimmer than it had been, for the whimsical carelessness had faded out of it.
THE GOLD TRAILHAROLD BINDLOSS
An instance of oaths being subjected to the like whimsical conditions is noticeable in the domestic manners of Old Germany.
There was a whimsical smile on his lips, but his eyes were wonderfully tender.
THE SUNBRIDGE GIRLS AT SIX STAR RANCHELEANOR H. (ELEANOR HODGMAN) PORTER

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