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Smiling

Snobbery (See ARROGANCE, PRETENSION.)
Mona Lisa
(“La Gioconda’) her mysterious smile enchants the beholder. [Ital. Art: Benét 397]
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Everyone would urge him to take precautions and he would always smilingly shrug it away and roam around fearlessly.
The film got wide acceptance over the social media exceeding all expectations, "I was expecting people to feel uncomfortable towards the used language of the film, however, I was surprised with thousands of likes and shares, and over 25.000 views in the first couple of days!" he smilingly added.
Hundreds of fans flocked to her first live makeup show in Seoul on Sunday, cheering her as she waved smilingly back.
Asked to offer his assessment as to whether tonight's dinner of the UN Secretary General with the heads of the participating parties at the Conference will be critical, the President said smilingly that "I don't know what it will be in the menu.
Under the flags of the Republic of Macedonia, the Hellenic Republic and the European Union, they shook hands, and smilingly greeted journalists before entering the office of the Greek foreign policy chief.
In fact the page-turner coped heroically and smilingly with this busy score, built on a structure which by turns shimmers, flickers and then blazes into rhythmic life.
To a question about the completion of the mandated term of Mian Nawaz Sharif's government, he smilingly said that PML-N has to act wisely to complete its mandated term otherwise the centre-province tension could lead the things to any direction.
The scribes categorically questioned Mitra if he felt like a scapegoat as former Trinamool leader Mukul Roy was welcomed by his colleagues while he was stilling languishing behind the bar, Mitra replied smilingly: " Do I look like a goat?" Mitra was arrested by CBI on December 12, 2014 in the Saradha Group chitfund scam.
In It Was Hard to Tell What She Was Thinking, 2014, a woman enjoying a coffee and a cupcake gazes smilingly into thin air.
In the 2000s, reality TV tended toward ubiquitous makeover shows, from the charitable "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition'' to the smilingly sinister "America's Next Top Model'' to the ghastly theatrics of "The Swan.'' These were game shows of a different sort: Subject yourself to the cameras, and you would be rewarded handsomely.
I am only the vessel that nature smilingly fills with new wine."
Maja was surprised by the enthusiasm over hay flower baths in different age groups: ''Our friends mostly use it to restore energy before a night out.'' David smilingly adds: ''Or the next morning, for a similar reason.'' Little Hayllow pillows have also other uses, such as poultice and dry warm compress.