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The children were dressed festively in green and red for the Christmas season.
So today we should be meeting here to festively end an important European discussion and turn words into action.
The entire community was spruced up festively for the occasion.
A newer one was festively consecrated on 12 January 1898.
At the strip joint the men drank festively but set no records.
One day last month I found a festively wrapped bottle of wine on the porch.
At least a dozen festively wrapped boxes were crushed under it.
They led her into the dining room, where a table had been festively set, with a bottle of champagne at Margaret's place.
Work began in autumn 1959 and the theatre was festively inaugurated on 15 April 1964.
That gusto is especially evident in his festively decorated desserts.
The camera pans along to another area by a brook, festively decorated with ribbons.
It was festively hung with welcoming arches of Christmas lights.
But, as guest of honor even though "family," I could not go bare when they were taking the trouble to be festively formal.
Seattle residents, festively dressed for the weekend's concerts, seemed very pleased with what their city is doing.
The party began festively enough, then several musical instruments appeared, and the men began singing of home.
Each badnjak is festively taken to the church gate, often transported on carriages.
While they were not celebrating festively after the game, the Nets were smiling and feeling good about themselves.
Their homemade sugar cookies were rich and festively decorated with sprinkles.
But the skeleton-thin author had dressed festively, in a red jacket and black velvet pants.
The people dressed festively and watched the parade.
It also looks festively jewel-bright in the glass.
Put more generically, and festively, it signals, "You're outta here in 90 minutes or less, baby!"
It became a festively decorated room, with the audience ap- propriately garbed.
In the post-communist Romania, Christmas started being celebrated again more festively.
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