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“Not that Graynor is a newcomer -- she was the best thing about Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, as Norah's party-hearty pal.”
“And The Last Picture Show's long-AWOL Timothy Bottoms, who played George Bush in the latter, had previously essayed the role of W – as party-hearty, cheerfully dimwitted farceur – in Trey Parker and Matt Stone's sitcom, Where's My Bush?”
“Diehl and Batiste are a singularly astute pairing: Mr. Diehl, a classical scholar, makes serious music sound like fun, while Mr. Batiste, a party-hearty New Orleans street parader, reminds us that fun music can also be serious.”
“Tony Stone (Harrelson), a much more hardened party-hearty type fellow, to join him in the army's casualty-notification service.”
“Sure, the mindset of New Year's Eve is to party-hearty, but girl, that look is more tragique than très chic.”
“Sure, the mindset of New Year's Eve is to party-hearty, but girl, that look is more tragique than trÃ¨s chic.”
“Hot Sauce Committee Pt. 2, set for release two years ago and delayed because of Adam Yauch's cancer diagnosis, is a giddy, party-hearty return to form.”
“After years of shunning the traditional college crowd in favor of a more affluent, tamer clientele, hotels and resort destinations are once again rolling out the welcome mat for party-hearty students.”
“By the time Jersey debuted last year, its format, in which party-hearty youngsters move into a lavish house and wait for the drama to ensue, was as well worn as the saddle on a mechanical bull.”
“They also funded the publication of a book by John Yeager, excerpted in Sports Illustrated, that enumerated the ways that lacrosse could shed its party-hearty reputation.”
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