joie de vivre


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joie de vivre

a feeling of happiness and enjoyment of life She will be remembered above all for her kindness and her great joie de vivre.
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Group Captain Dominic Toriati, the Station Commander at Odiham, said: "Flight Lieutenant Fran Capps was an exceptionally dedicated Royal Air Force officer and logistician who was well known throughout the service for her remarkable commitment, her joie de vivre and utter professionalism.
Media Wales-sponsored award winner Joie De Vivre, presented by Tim Gordon, Echo editor, left
It involves the filmed experiences of a character called Claude from Menton on the Cote d'Azur, arriving in the village of Gisburn, Lancashire, to carry out a cultural comparison between the levels of joie de vivre in the two communities.
Virgin America, a US-based low-cost airline company, has announced a partnership with Joie de Vivre Hotels.
The Chinoiserie collection is designed for lovers of whimsical, fun interior pieces that encompass a little joie de vivre.
It's not just their wealth which has made City less popular among neutrals; it's the fact that, even in their darker days, the Blue Moonies always used to play with a certain joie de vivre.
WONDERFUL: Connie Fisher gives us plenty of joie de vivre as Ruth Sherwood.
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Executive who helped build ZipRealty into top-ranked brokerage and headed Joie de Vivre prior to recent merger signs with innovative real estate investment firm
In her hospitality and joie de vivre, Mev exemplified William Blake's proverb "Exuberance is beauty.
But for Ellen Kountz Laupa, moving to Paris was the joie de vivre.
But however good all this work may be, many of us wondered whether Herr Professor Domenig was confining his exuberance and joie de vivre to the Steinhaus that he is so slowly and carefully building for himself by the Ossiachersee (AR August 1986, p81).
All the while, she maintained her joie de vivre, a belligerent tongue, and a stylish albeit unconventional feminine allure.
Main Street" is a place where the general store, ice cream parlor and bakery may trigger distant memories, or where one may just experience the Joie de vivre from the indoor/outdoor trellised cafe.
From February 8 to 17, the people of Saint-Boniface, Winnipeg's French Quarter, will be joined by countless visitors to Le Festival du Voyageur, an annual celebration of the heritage and joie de vivre of fur traders and pioneers (204/ 23 7-7692 or www.