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On Sunday afternoons each winter, volunteers give charmingly amateurish living history performances that re-enact the periods of the plucky homesteaders and gracious Mrs.
He also suggested, rather charmingly, that libraries were 'a place to meet your mates' or 'keep in touch by e-mail'.
You'll find Michael Gondry's ``The Science of Sleep'' either charming or odd -- or charmingly odd.
Former 007 agent Pierce Brosnan played a charmingly neurotic assassin in his first post-Bond outing, The Matador.
Finish your holiday in the Muscadet region near the Atlantic coast, lodged at the Palladian-styled Chateau du Breil in the midst of the Muscadet vineyards, where peacocks charmingly roam the estate.
By removing the 1930s mock Georgian offices (despite nonsensical opposition from the Georgian Society), a strategy emerged that not only rationalised the internal organisation, but also provided the opportunity to make a significant contribution to Chichester's townscape in three ways: restoring the rightful dominance of Pallant House by setting the (controversial) principal entrance elevation behind a newly revealed and quoined corner; creating a new courtyard on axis with the house, discreetly located behind the listed garden wall on East Pallant; and, perhaps most charmingly, by creating a series of loosely arranged volumes to the east that extend the city's higgledy-piggledy disposition of masonry walls, punched-out windows and opposing pitched roofs.
Charmingly illustrated by Swiss artist Christoph Heuer in a cartoon-like manner, Lola And Fred is an enrapturing, wordless picturebook story of Lola the Tortoise and Fred the Frog.
In this warmly written, charmingly humane book, Samuel Wells contends that the situation is quite the contrary.
8 CARIBOU, THE MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS (LEAF) As a live act, they blow minds more charmingly than most.
Enhanced with the charmingly memorable artwork of Helen Cann, "On That Christmas Night" is a very special and highly recommended contribution to family and community library Christmas picturebook collections.
Thanks to timely intervention by a charmingly eccentric widow and some of his friends, Lewis comes to learn that he may be descended from French royalty.