―Bernard Marx from BRAVE NEW WORLD by Aldous Huxley
She walked upon the grass,
Is tech friend or foe to Santa Claus?
By Leanne Italie, Associated Press
Practically any schoolchild can type "Is Santa real?" into Google. And just a few clicks can bring youngsters to websites that sell customized letters from the North Pole or offer advice on how Mom and Dad can fool the kids into believing in old St. Nick.
By Sean Gregory
Vancouver has been overrun with jolly, intoxicated fans
- Full of good humor and high spirits.
- Exhibiting or occasioning happiness or mirth; cheerful: a jolly tune.
- Greatly pleasing; enjoyable: had a jolly time.
To a great extent or degree; extremely.
v., -lied, -ly·ing, -lies. v.tr.
To keep amused or diverted for one's own purposes; humor.
To amuse oneself with humorous banter.
n., pl., -lies.
- Chiefly British. A good or festive time.
- jollies Slang. Amusement; kicks: However you get your jollies is fine with me.
jollily jol'li·ly adv.
jolliness jol'li·ness n.
2 〈声・音が〉震える；震え声で言う［歌う］；顫音(せんおん)で歌う, 楽器で顫音を出す(trill).━━(他)〈歌・音符を〉震え声で歌う；〈言葉を〉震え声［震えた調子］で言う((out, forth)).
1 （特に声の）震え；顫音；震え声, 声を震わせて言うこと.2 ((英))《音楽》8分音符（((米))eighth note）.Word of the Day:
noun: In music, a note having the time value of one-sixteenth of a whole note.
From Latin semi- (half) + quaver (an eighth note).
"Synchronising film and music is tough enough in a modern movie, but spare a semiquaver of sympathy for Dmitri Shostakovich." — Conrad Walters; Film and Music Marry as Composer Settles Old Score; The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia); Nov 5, 2008.