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displaying light-hearted nonchalance

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tending to float on a liquid or rise in air or gas

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characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness

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The buoyant residential housing market is also allowing many home owners to either purchase a leasehold pub using the equity in their home as security or alternatively selling their home and using the equity as a deposit on a leasehold pub.
FORMER building society Northern Rock has forecast that, despite a slowdown, the housing market will remain buoyant this year, as it reported a 16pc jump in half-year profits.
Most fish depend on their swim bladder (a balloon-like, elongated body sac) to stay neutrally buoyant, or afloat, at any given depth.
The so-called bad cholesterol, LDL, can come in two sizes--big, buoyant particles and small, dense ones.
The additional monies will be used to expand operations reflecting the buoyant demand for it's products, further its geographical expansion including the Asian market, and to raise the company profile in line with the customer successes that have been secured.
Through one hardship after another, Li's gentle humor keeps the book buoyant.
and we're at a stage where it's sensible to put down roots in a buoyant and exuberantly imaginative way.
When your MK 5 AIULP, old style MILSPEC MK 1 and Kapok life preservers begin to wear out, you can replace them with new commercial Sterns MK 1 life preservers and Sterns inherently buoyant life preserver.
THE relatively buoyant Irish mobile phones market yesterday shone through following the publication of gloomy results from two ailing telecoms giants.
A buoyant market has sustained vehicle values and now has actually seen them increase.
Those who survived had sealed their tents tightly, creating a buoyant bubble.
According to their analysis, the buoyant rock deep in the mantle rises at a rate of a few centimeters per year, forcing the surface upward by about a kilometer, the researchers report in the Sept.
As long as this buoyant force is equal to or greater than the weight of the ship, it will counteract the downward push of the ship's weight and keep the vessel afloat.
Since 1997 he has been with Women's Secret, Cortefield Group as General Manager, which under his leadership enjoyed buoyant growth in Spain and in international markets.
From Charlotte Boye-Christensen came In Passing, a sunny romp that sends seven dancers swooping through space on buoyant Brazilian rhythms, and Artistic Director Hernando Cortez created a static miniature for dancers on pointe in The Last Sun.