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Cricket (of a fielding position) near the batsman's wicket
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Take CinderBoy in Even Sillier Seriously Silly Stories - it is a very clever twist on the classic Cinderella tale.
Music Impacts Children : When asked how listening to children's music makes their child feel, 67% of parents reported that it makes their children feel playful, followed by happier (63%), fun-loving (53%), energized (51%) and sillier (47%).
Aye - no-one sounds sillier than when a bloke who thinks he's highly intelligent sounds silly.
The even sillier line was that the GOP was so backward, discredited and marginalized that it was well on its way to sinking to a fringe party about as popular as the Socialist Labor Party.
I got forwarded the story, which, if you read it, it just gets sillier and sillier, and, by the end, the guy who's said to be my agent is quoting the lyrics to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
No fault of Voigt's that the dance emerged no sillier than it always does; the composer's greatest dramatic mistake was to burden his soprano with what is, in effect, a balletic divertissement.
Tennis courts and soccer fields are looking sillier by the minute.
She finds herself, along with several of her schoolmates including the ultra-snob actress wannabe, in a televised competition (think Survivor, The Amazing Race, or perhaps, The Apprentice, and then think of their sillier offshoots) in which the TV audience chooses the winner.
Two hundred years later, we're still standing, and the claim looks all the sillier for it.
Winding down watching television with my husband (the sillier the sitcom the better) or enjoying my latest vice, playing video games.
Had she been able to find and deliver to her readers the full stories of Janet Nicholas, the key member of the 1997 Board of Education; Williamson Evers, an anti-progressivist political scientist at the Hoover Institution and one of the pioneering voices against the California dreams of the 1990s; and Luther Williams, the head of the National Science Foundation division that was responsible for the sillier math programs of the 1990s, she could have amplified her story immeasurably beyond her diary of their public pronouncements.
THE most ridiculous farce of a celebrity relationship has just got sillier.