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- "Lighthearted" is a song by New Zealand musician, Jenny Morris. It was released in October 1987 the fourth and final single from her debut studio album...
- in po****r culture, frequent female nudity and a skill in balancing lighthearted and serious topics (dragons and politics, for example) which provided...
- (particularly one from the greater Belfast area). The phrase is seen as a lighthearted way to refer to Northern Ireland, based as it is on regional pronunciation...
- direction that increasingly de-emphasized social commentary in favor of lighthearted juvenile fantasy". The impact of this editorial approach was evident...
- beguiling to devoted readers but alienating to casuals. Weisinger favored lighthearted stories over serious drama, and avoided sensitive subjects such as the...
- ISBN 978-0-7618-5228-5 Klein, Joshua (April 25, 2001), "Janet Jackson's Lighthearted Lament About Lost Love", The Washington Post, p. C01 Ritz, David (2004)...
- Songs to Soothe Released: 2014 Label: Format: CD, digital download 2017 Lighthearted Years Released: 20 October 2017 Label: Universal Music Group Format:...
- originUnited StatesProductionRunning time25minsProduction company(s)Lighthearted EntertainmentReleaseOriginal networkUSA NetworkOriginal releaseJune 17...
- episode a 6.9/10, praising Tom Ellis's performance as Lucifer and the lighthearted tone of the series, but criticizing the series for essentially being...
- fabric of American historical legend. White servicemen sometimes showed a lighthearted respect toward Native American comrades by calling them "chief". The...
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