Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
You don't know the half of it," the gargoyle answered through his perma-grin. "
But when neighbors, my parents' friends and even the doorman want to know "if I've found a job yet," it becomes difficult to maintain a perma-grin.
"This is gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous," he continues, a perma-grin glued to his face.
And the piano somehow made him seem older than usual — or at least less like the cherubic boy wonder boy with the perma-grin.
Daniel's giddy face was awash in perma-grin.
As the votes were called, Pelosi adopted her perma-grin, occasionally adding a shrug or a dismissive wave of the hand.
Then, through the public entrance, came a second Joe Biden, sporting a ridiculously huge perma-grin and a slightly bigger belly.
His perma-grin transmits confidence.
Matt Kuchar For years, he has strode around languidly with rosy cheeks and a perma-grin.
Sarah Hadland, fresh from Miranda, played Trish, a neurotic manager whose perma-grin did little to disguise her despair in the face of a remit to "turn the unemployed into the "funemployed" ."
Thus his cheeky perma-grin will likely see off the rock critics" favourite, Richard Hawley, and the Tory-baiting people's poet and occasional soul singer, Plan B, both of whose music is rather more substantial.
While Joe was talking to Pat Croce, a former president of the Philadelphia 76ers, his face was locked in a perma-grin as Croce told him about the pirate museum he was opening in Florida.
It was the same joyless perma-grin - really, a grimace with upturned corners of the mouth - that came to define Pelosi during her four years in charge of the House: an expression meant to connote her warmth and sincerity that too often conveyed the opposite.
All those affectations that were kind of annoying before — the perma-grin, the endless chatter about how she was an actress — get put to ideal use when she's doing the Andrew Lloyd Webber thing, or even just giving Neil Diamond the Andrew Lloyd Webber treatment.
And while there's something I find infinitely appealing about Melissa — her regal stature combined with her over-the-top perma-grin conjures up visions of some kind of dotty eighteenth-century duchess — I think she might have reached the end of the Hot Tamale Express Track, too.
Daltry (Johnny Knoxville), a former deadbeat who's been in the small town since abandoning his teenage girlfriend and infant daughter 14 years earlier, has made a name for himself in the flourishing business of grass ("the legal kind," he clarifies, wearing a cheap suit and a perma-grin in a much-aired self-promotional television ad).
Tzu-Chao Chu’s Puck has spectacular technique, but lacks nuance as a performer: the whirring spins are let down by the permagrin.