It was also a time of dramatic postwar social change, so their music of choice expressed free spiritedness
, individualism and, of course, love.
Steve Wotton, Assistant Chief Constable from Essex Police, said: "The force is grateful for Michelle's public spiritedness
There was a confrontation in the burglary last year and it was only through the public spiritedness
of the neighbour that you got away with nothing.
Zakeeya is the first individual to be recognised for public spiritedness
in her own workplace by the Dubai Police.
While relying on citizens' awareness in these exceptional circumstances facing the country, the two departments also invite all citizens to show public spiritedness
and high responsibility to contribute to calming the situation and helping return to normal.
Though all three parts of the soul have objects of desire and are thus moved towards their objects, spiritedness
is particularly related to eros since they are both moving forces.
The capriciousness of the faerie folk, the spiritedness
of the fiery-natured Kelley, and Sonny's honourable sense of justice and basic goodness, combine to make this an enthralling read, one that mesmerizes and enchants.
For the individual, this means that freedom is accomplished when reason, with spiritedness
, governs the passions.
They all bear trademark big red lips, white bug eyes, wooly hair and a certain spiritedness
The centre is the outcome of a competition staged by a charitable trust with the aim of recasting and restaging the act of blood donation in a more inviting public domain, so mitigating the fear and repulsion subconsciously associated with such public spiritedness
The cruelty and mean spiritedness
of our legislature and executive knows no bound.
The question is: will Hurricane Run focus his spiritedness
to the end of becoming a great racehorse or merely to confound his jockeys?