Synonyms for frolicking or Related words with frolicking
Examples of "frolicking"
Fish is a "Silly Symphonies" animated Disney short film. It was released in 1930.
The Germama (or Kasam) River, is a tributary of the Awash River in Ethiopia. The name "Germama" comes from the Amharic word which means "
", "boisterous", or "frisky".
The 2013 Frolics was titled "70 years of
", running from 20-29 June, with a extra run of special Christmas encore shows on 20-23 December.
The music video of the song was directed by Rusty Cundieff and features the band performing in swimming gear in front of a crowd
in a pool.
"Gladsome Spring" (1911, watercolour) depicts two maids
in a flower-filled meadow. They have garlands in their hair, and a train of yellow blossoms extends between them.
Joseph Francis Beller is believed responsible for the original gold-leafing and the "
" cherubs in the building. Beller had a studio at 1229 Hopkins Street in Cincinnati.
Saeldes Sanc's repertoire reaches from Hannah's own compositions to historical and folk songs from all over the world. The genuine arrangements include melancholic ballads as well as
tunes and dances.
The original hotel had a mural on the wall that was Botticelli-esque in nature, with some
nudes. The new owner (Steve Ohren) preserved the original mural from 1935 when redesigning the resort with Martyn Lawrence-Bullard.
The song was well received for its upbeat perky music and reggae vibe. It is called a "
reggae finger-snapper", "a sense of fun in her music" and "follows through with everything from the fun electronica/reggae"
Mantegna's playful ceiling presents an oculus that illusionistically opens into a blue sky, with foreshortened putti playfully
around a balustrade. This was one of the earliest di sotto in sù ceiling paintings.
In discussion of his work, he has said that digital technology is "a playpen where inhibitions, imagination, madness, fears and angers run wild in a
orgy of psychobliss."
Deborah Evans Price, of "Billboard" magazine reviewed the song favorably, saying that Travis "showcases his George Jones influence on a
copyright, but he seems to strain in places." She goes on to call the song "hip musicianship."
The people of Egypt consider the presence of these foreign tourists to be aggression against Muslims and Egypt... The young men are saying that this is our country and not a place for
and enjoyment, especially for you.
In the final page (the only one printed in full color) Seymour is shown in a dapper white dress suit and hat, happily
alone in a bucolic paradise.
"Banana Chips" received mixed reviews from music critics. Allmusic, in their review of "Happy Hour," stated that the song held "fast to" the group's "usual obsessions," while PopMatters called the track "
The video begins with a monologue given by Mýa. Scenes included in the video depicts Harrison and her love interest (Marco Santelli)
on the beach and Harrison sulking in reflection of her past love in bathtub and hotel suite.
"Cupid Bound by the Nymphs" (1896, oil on canvas) depicts three nymphs
in a wood with the infant Cupid, whom they have bound with garlands. This painting was exhibited at the Royal Academy, and the Walker Gallery in Liverpool.
The "Chōjū giga" (Scroll of
Animals) is unusual in its own medium, as it does not contain any text, only pictures. It depicts scenes of animals in amusing scenes, analogizing Japanese society in the 12th century.
, commonly shortened to is a famous set of four picture scrolls, or "emakimono", belonging to Kōzan-ji temple in Kyoto, Japan. The "Chōjū-giga" scrolls are also referred to as Scrolls of
Animals and Scrolls of
Animals and Humans in English. Some think that Toba Sōjō created the scrolls; however, it seems clear from the style that more than one artist is involved. The right-to-left reading direction of "Chōjū-jinbutsu-giga " is traditional in East Asia, and is still common in Japan. "Chōjū-jinbutsu-giga " is also credited as the oldest work of manga. The scrolls are now entrusted to the Kyoto National Museum and Tokyo National Museum.
Petronella has a seemingly enchanted romance with law student Emerson Thorne (Harrison Page). After a meet-cute at party, they are shown running slow-motion through golden fields and
in a haystack. Their fairy-tale romance frays when Pet sleeps with Randy Black (James Iglehart), a violent prize fighter who beats up Emerson and tries to run him down with a car.
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