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very brisk, alert, and full of high spirits

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elastic

marked by lively action

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99 Beauty ed: This 20-piece curler set heats both the rollers and the clips to give bigger, bouncier waves.
There is a lot of hype in the players' minds that Australian pitches are fast, bouncier - it will be a good experience to just go there and feel the pitches and the environment," he said.
And he should be confident of finding the triumph he badly needs at Headingley after a dominant performance at Lord's and with a quicker, bouncier pitch expected in Leeds.
WHEN Kim Brockhurst divorced she paid nearly PS4,000 for bigger, bouncier breasts to boost her con'dence - but what she ended up with were lumpy, lopsided and leaking.
F OR INDIA'S batsmen who have a reputation of being flat- track bullies, it's probably no surprise that the faster, bouncier pitches and the world's best bowling attack proved to be more than a handful.
According to Sport24, Warner also said that Australia is aware of what the South African bowlers are capable of as they have played them both home and away, although he added that it would not be a problem playing on the faster, bouncier, pitches in South Africa even though Australia was more familiar with the flatter tracks at home.
severely undermine Root on their own bouncier pitches.
com/uk) MY hair felt bouncier and beachier immediately after a spritz of this and I loved the natural texture that didn''t look or feel like I had used any product.
Their stand-out hit to date is last year's smash Sun, which was a slower tempo, bouncier track than their counterparts.
Misbah said Pakistan, ranked fourth in Test cricket, face tough conditions in South Africa where wickets are greener and bouncier than back home.
Frantic world music that's bouncier than a rubber ball in a squash court.
He explained that the chemical composition of Mayan rubber has been studied and scientists have discovered that the Mayans added other materials to the sap to make the rubber stronger, or more pliant, or bouncier depending on its intended use.
The 6ft 7in seamer looks a natural for Australia's bouncier pitches, where traditional English seam and swing is less effective.
The Bridgetown surface has been quicker and bouncier than either in St Lucia or Guyana.
It is clear that Australia's batsmen and their bowlers in particular have enjoyed the harder, bouncier pitches at Kensington Oval, but Clarke played this down.