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Certainly some people are getting a lot of money due to the bad (or mischievous) work of the agencies.
His mischievous antic is meant to convey, in his wry way, that even when honored one shouldn't take oneself too seriously.
When he was young, he was handsome but rough and mischievous.
Though clearly intended for sweet and pleasant applications, this feature adds opportunities for cruel or mischievous abuse.
Anthony was regarded as a mischievous youth who joked around but never got into serious trouble.
Of course, some of this could be mischievous teammates pulling pranks.
He can choose to behave like the good guy of his mature years or the mischievous scamp of his youth.
Playful, often noisy and rowdy activity, usually involving mischievous pranks.
They don't go in for burglary, but they're mischievous.
They are a soccer team of 11 chatty, mischievous, clever fourth-grade girls.
Socially or intellectually, the college was for him negative and in some ways mischievous.
He's got a twinkle in his eye and a mischievous smile, and he tells his tale in the rhythms of a natural-born storyteller.
Precisely the same necessity arises in the daily-occurring cases of incorrigibly mischievous human beings.
Something about the dizzying lights mixed with being broke among successful entrepreneurs made us feel mischievous and impulsive.
Where the former film is agonized and sullen, the latter is mischievous and restive, daring us to be dismayed by its insolence.
In an evening bracketed by two of his working bands, he conveyed a sense of mischievous, ageless wonder.
Friends from college remember his mischievous air, a demeanor that has endured alongside his willingness to raise tough questions.

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