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become brisk

quick and energetic

imparting vitality and energy

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However, while regional reports this week suggested that business was briskest in the south east, in some areas high street promotions for ones and threes were said to have dragged down the price for smaller sizes.
In 1993, the balance sheets of commercial banks expanded at the briskest pace since 1986 (table 2).
The December 85 strike (AZO XQ) saw the briskest activity, with 2,300 contracts changing hands.
The briskest growth was posted by the alongesta issue in the Russian market - Russia-42 that added 2.
Exhibitor Tareq Mohammed Farroz said that all the products on exhibit at the pavilion are brought from Cairo and, the busiest and briskest is Friday when families come to the pavilion.
This has got to be the briskest start to a Boxing Day I've known for years," the spokesman said.
Not the briskest of starters, the March 2003 dog recovered from another slow getaway to catch Ningbo Jack on the run-in and beat him by nearly a length in 28.
Salonen might have savored the music's richness a bit more in the briskest sections, but then the contrast with the work's more meditative passages would have been less pronounced.
Here is a record of the briskest dialogue I have ever shared: Me to a police sergeant at St Andrews on Sunday: what's the traffic going to be like when the Open finishes this evening?
Trying to squeeze so much power through the front wheels means you need a delicate and precise touch on the clutch and accelerator ped a l if you want to make the briskest getaway.
In the banking sector the briskest growth was recorded by the issues of Alfa-Bank.
This is one of the briskest cars about yet I managed to average more than 22 miles to the gallon and that is slightly more than VW claim in their official figures of 21.
The briskest business, however, was being done by the enterprising face painters beside the official car park.
Hourly earnings climbed to a point 4 percent above those of March 1996, the briskest annual increase of the long-running business expansion that reached its sixth anniversary last month.