- n a feeling of joy and pride
- n the property of being comparatively small in weight
the lightness of balsa wood
- n the gracefulness of a person or animal that is quick and nimble
- n having a light color
- n the visual effect of illumination on objects or scenes as created in pictures
- n the trait of being lighthearted and frivolous
- Renzo Piano is an absolute master of light and lightness.
- The beauty of the Jaipur foot is its lightness and mobility--those who wear it can run, climb trees and pedal bicycles--and its low price.
- Certainly this concoction of dance and lightness is " popular" enough, and yetunlike most popular programsit will not chase away the music-satiated cognoscenti.
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- Alfa Romeo 4C ‘compact supercar’ goes into production at Maserati plant
Built in the Modena, Italy Maserati assembly plant, the all-new Alfa Romeo 4C is being called a “compact supercar.” Alfa Romeo designers used lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber to ensure vehicle lightness and rigidity.
June 14, 2013 - Digital Trends
- My Corner of the Canyon: Keep On Rockin’ in Topanga
There’s a lightness about Topanga Days. Something in the air is floaty and festive and fun. It’s as if one is buoyed aloft and carried along by the steady sound of beating drums or the gentle fluttering of fairy wings.
June 13, 2013 - Topanga Messenger
- Bill Buford in 680 News
Buford says Trevino, or Memo as he's known, "has got a crazy amount of talent, can't believe there are other chefs on the program who have more skills or (have) as much elegant lightness under pressure, and, probably most important, he has a genuine...
- Marc Forster in Winnipeg Sun
But,Forster says, "I was thinking that, in the next one, Daniel should go into the direction of lightening up. Bring back a little more the humour. Bring back the lightness. I think it would be really interesting!"