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zany

a clown or buffoon, esp one in old comedies who imitated other performers with ludicrous effect
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The relationship between Zany and Fella is beautifully drawn; each grieves in her own way and their sisterly squabbles ring true.
Zany Zoo Pets wrote on its Facebook page March 2 that Gooey had been stolen from the store late Feb.
Asked if education was the kind of cabinet post he wanted for the Lib Dems if there is another coalition, he said: "I would, particularly having wasted a lot of time dealing with a lot of zany, ideological gimmicks from Michael Gove and his team."
Complete with " Aquaclunes[TM]," zany spray clowns and Aquatons[R] spray features around the structure, the resulting visual is as much fun for the players as it is for the spectators.
"It is perhaps a bit of a zany idea but it is a good idea."
One day when Giggles and Zany were about five months old, I was in the garden working.
Brooke, 19, who plays lesbian Sophie Webster, put the zany pic on Twitter before the chelsea midfielder went on his club's pre-season asia tour.
Carrey gurns and flashes his trademark zany grin like someone who's forgotten to take their lithium, while Deschanel is kooky as the geeky girlfriend.
One reason why editorial cartoonist Walt Handelsman -- of Newsday in Melville, N.Y., and Tribune Media Services -- won that prize last month was his "zany" animation, according to the Pulitzer judges.
Neither is true--with great British wit, irony, and tongue-in-cheek humor, The Haggis-On-Whey World of Unbelievable Brilliance packs in zany squid and science references and neo-science observations suitable for any fan of Monty Python British humor.
Our favorite nudist Chester is back with more humorous renderings of his life, family and friends, and the zany situations he manages to get himself into.
A woman who dances to her own drummer, Chuma has brought her brand of zany, brainy work to more than 30 countrics.