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For decades Grass pressed Germany to face up to its Nazi past, winning the 1999 Nobel Prize for Literature for his "frolicsome black fables portraying the forgotten face of history".

It was in 1999 that Günter Grass received the prestigious Nobel Prize for Literature, with the jury calling
while the de Valera government were allowed to "frolic with the Germans".

If he does consent to "hunt," he'll either sandbag it and only pretend to look for the rabbits, or if he does find rabbits he'll frolic and play with them once he's out of Frieda's sight.

Fine spring days such as that got the animals to frolic and chirp like they'd each just inherited stuff that put them on easy street.

These are the same people who let their dogs frolic through growing crops etc. Equally, I know some city slickers who have muddy wellies.

We sailed up the west coast of the island making occasional stops to allow us to snorkel amongst turtles and coral reefs, swim over a sunken ship or frolic on a magnificent beach.

Ostriches will dwell there, and wild goats will frolic there. [22] Wolves will cry in their castles, and jackals in the pleasant palaces.

A farm pig somehow got loose in a Wisconsin neighborhood -- and decided to frolic in the snow.

As numerous security videos indicate, he did not frolic at the happiest place on earth.

Cedric frolic, National Assembly House chairperson, announced the results of the vote, "The result of the division is as follows, those in favour 100. Those against 211. There are 17 abstentions.

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