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A Southern lilt could be detected in her delivery but her vibrancy and vivacity were rooted in Broadway.
Autumn Hurlbert brings a Kristen Chenoweth-esque, bubbly, childlike vivacity to her role as Portia, the Puritan ingénue.
Vivacity and fierce independence characterize Nini Guerry‘s portrayal of Belle.
Miéville films their discussion with a deft drawing-room vivacity, as if Plato had stuck to his original calling as a playwright and became the Athenian answer to Philip Barry.
There was a lot of bounce in the Bach, vivacity in the Vivaldi and je ne sais quoi in the Jean-Philippe Rameau.
His sentences are models of clarity and vivacity, sometimes further enlivened with wry authorial comments.
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