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sun

heliophobia.
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Both during and after this chapter, Jaffrey's dead body produces a terrible atmosphere quite unlike his facade of sunniness and benevolence.
The sunniness of DeHaan's face gives no sense of Dean's intensity.
Another of the rooms in the hotel uses yellow to enhance the sunniness, through curtains and cushions in a warm tone of yellow.
Given that Mason has only recently emerged from a long battle with depression, what's astonishing is its sunniness. Alive, Another Day and To a Door are all wonderfully languid slices of folky pop shot through with a touch of psychedelia which fans of Primal Scream, Paul Weller and Badly Drawn Boy won't be the only ones to enjoy.
The book perhaps overemphasizes FDR in the long opening chapter and makes an uncertain pivot from the political arena--in which optimism might be generated more by substance, for example, through New Deal programs than by style--to the purely stylistic sunniness of Shirley Temple's movies.
I wondered about a change in the very psychology and identity of a country once famous for its sunniness about tomorrows.
Lively woodwind, blazing brass, well-"lifted" strings, all delved into both the drama and the pastoral sunniness of this wonderful score, with its homages to Brahms, Wagner, too, and (in the finale) even Bach.
The vision he evokes, not only of sunniness and gentleness, but of order, certainty and even good manners are among the things we could do worse than aim at now.
For example, a marked increase in sunniness occurs through February, only to be followed by an early March decline.
There's a sunniness to Deputy's music that suits either a beach dance party on a clear day or sitting and sipping an adult beverage in the noonday heat.