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“They are easy to attract by planting native wildflowers and grasses that provide the seeds these cheerful-looking birds relish.”
“I love the comfortable trains and the train stations with good food, great bookstores and cheerful-looking flower shops.”
““They are cheerful-looking and photogenic, but close to all have a very sad story,” said Budi Soehardi, founder of the West Timor orphanage.”
“Passing up a flight of stairs we entered a large, cheerful-looking room, tastefully and quietly decorated, and lit by incandescent electric lamps … vegetable soup; lentil cutlets with tomato sauce – shaped like regular cutlets of meat, and were beautifully browned.”
“Instead of imposing, crusty old windbags, the examiners were cheerful-looking men in plain black suits, almost as young as Professor Stratford.”
“These were opened by a cheerful-looking little man who wore green spectacles over his eyes.”
“The cover, in black and white, depicts some cheerful-looking figures from one of Bosch's more paradisaical paintings who have been superimposed on a photograph of a foggy beach at Big Sur, California.”
“Past the sheep, on 53rd Street, is another bed of flowers, which leads to a large, cheerful-looking ruminant animal, maybe an elk.”
“I go from cheerful-looking billboards at the airport (the best are Oceana\'s on ocean acidification; the least-plausible are Coca-Cola\'s \ "Hopenhagen\" series) to the reality of a climate summit that\'s poorly framed, inadequately ambitious, and riven by distrust.”
“I go from cheerful-looking billboards at the airport (the best are Oceana's on ocean acidification; the least-plausible are Coca-Cola's "Hopenhagen" series) to the reality of a climate summit that's poorly framed, inadequately ambitious, and riven by distrust.”
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