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a sudden quick movement

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move along rapidly and lightly

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Alfie Flits has just struggled a little in Group races," said trainer Alan Swinbank.
I would like to meet this fellow Christ, who haunts the edges of my dreams, who flits from tree to tree in the forest through which I make my way.
British raider Alfie Flits looks to be main danger.
ALAN SWINBANK has warned punters that smart middle-distance performer Alfie Flits, who is at the forefront of early betting on the Supreme Novices' Hurdle, is far from certain to go jumping this season, writes David Carr.
They often work with Lady Penelope (Sophia Myles), a British agent who flits about in FAB 1, a pink coupe/jet/hover-vehicle.
Matti, wrestling with mental illness seemingly brought on by the death at birth of her twin brother, flits toward puberty in this unhappy environment, posing a danger to herself and others as she tries to mold herself in her dead sibling's image.
From simple hellos to critiques of French modern-day politics to sendups of the Duchess of York's shoes, Ramdam flits and floats through the absurdities of daily life with a critical smile.
Eisner has complained in private about Ovitz's management style, noting that he often flits from subject to subject, chasing after dubious deals, instead of delving deeply into an issue or process.
Swinbank already has Collier Hill - who won the Irish St Leger in 2005 - and Alfie Flits entered in the 1m6f race.
LATTER DAYS'' is about a Silver Lake gay man who flits from one nameless affair to another and his new neighbors, four squeaky-clean young men sent into this heathen hotbed to preach the teachings of the Book of Mormon.
On The Changes, which flits between stunning melody and crashing chorus, and upcoming single Honey it felt almost intrusive watching them.
Ettlin is indefatigable and her small frame flits through the classroom as she places a hand on a student's inner thigh ("Here.
The Godolphin five-year-old looks to have a tough task in the 1m4f Listed contest after a 401-day absence, however, and preference is for last year's winner Alfie Flits.
Where many colors are present, the eye cannot relax as it flits endlessly from one color to the next.
As it flits across the floor, she moves from mock flamenco to urgent ritual gestures, conjuring an angry energy that makes the space feel anything but empty.