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(of jazz) having the soulful feeling of early blues

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stylish and modern in an unconventional way

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in a state of cowardly fright

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The root of its charm, Mitchell said, is "just the funkiness.
Up against the likes of the Fiat 500 and MINI convertibles, it's sheer fun and funkiness, plus the asking price will give potential buyers plenty of food for thought when making a choice.
Up against the likes of the Fiat 500 and MINI convertibles its sheer fun and funkiness, plus asking price will give potential buyers plenty of food for thought when making a choice.
The latest incarnation is the delightful Beetle Cabriolet, which came on the market in April this year - retaining the funkiness of the original with all the advantages of the modern motor.
This book deals with only one of them, the place where metalhead and punk aesthetics united with as much Funkiness and New Romantic gloss as straight white boys from the factory floor could tolerate, which wasn't much.
The latest incarnation is the delightful Beetle cabriolet, which came on the market in April this year, retaining the funkiness of the original with all the advantages of the modern motor.
The flavor is beyond funkiness, a wonderful round beautiful taste, with a smattering of oak.
Japan is known, especially the younger generation, to have a funkiness about them.
It's a combination of beach bar funkiness and dance floor accessibility - inspired by American producers such as Masters At Work and Miguel - and also by the new breed of European producers.
Solid black and white illustrations add a funkiness that middle readers will undoubtedly embrace.
Even when he's gone by other, more unwieldy monikers - such as The Artist Formerly Known as Prince and that strange squiggly symbol - the funkiness has remained.
I was excited to bring my funkiness to these penguins," Robson says.
Inside, the cabin is surprisingly roomy with the grey and blue Gordini leather upholstery, steering wheel, gear lever and rev counter striking the right balance between funkiness and functionality.
12) When I think of my own theory-based essay on this novel (Bump 2003), I recall Morrison's critique of Geraldine, who steadfastly denied "the dreadful funkiness of passion, the funkiness of nature, the funkiness of the wide range of human emotions'' (1992, 83).
In part, observers of the Russian market say, this is thanks to the penetration of low-cost retailers, which have brought a funkiness to Russia's streets that was once sorely lacking.