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  • We hope that being well-rested, well-fed, and well-intentioned will buy us more care-free time of good health until our ultimate hour.

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  • Jan. 5: The Himalayan village is atwitter with my activities as I acclimatize, first with care-free "Foothills," then more strenuous "Rockies," and finally breathtaking "Kilimanjaro."

    Paul Greenberg: The Holidays Are Over, And Now to Everest (By Cross Trainer)!

  • Gay, laughing, healthy, buxom — a natural product of her care-free environment.

    THEFT

  • He felt very old — centuries older than those careless, care-free young companions of his others days.

    Chapter 42

  • This means that Motivo surfaces are non-porous, care-free and therefore applicable for kitchen back splashes, wall paneling, vanity tops, custom-made furniture and more.

    Luxury Gemstones in Home Interiors

  • He was brash and care-free and everyone knew it cause he had nothing to hide.

    Unpleated

  • This, however, is just a setup to show how “care-free” everyone is before Lux shows up, but once she does, Life Unexpected is exactly that: A genuine drama about real life that – if it manages to last for more than few episodes – should appeal to people of all ages who enjoy shows with genuine heart and humanity.

    Keith Says The CW’s LIFE UNEXPECTED is Surprisingly Worth Checking Out Beginning Tonight – Collider.com

  • His was the most care-free seeming in the world as he measured

    CHAPTER XXIX

  • Not only has he been care-free and happy, but he has lived!

    THE TRAMP

  • He also does the quick happy care-free vs dark angst changes in emotion, which is what I would see required for a young Bilbo, and he'd totally nail it.

    I'm not sure how I feel about this

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