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Synonyms for pizzaz

the activeness of an energetic personality

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Don't be distracted by some women's biathlon relay final that might seem to have more pizzaz than these two Euro-heavy semifinal matches.
The US-based company putting the pizzaz into pizza home deliveries this side of the Atlantic plans cooking up more than 400 jobs in the Midlands.
The Birmingham Repertory Theater production pulses with unbridled pizzaz, and the 1954 script about a strike in a pajama factory is as relevant and snappy today as it was the day George Abbott and Richard Bissell wrote it.
LIAM FOX is one of the few leading Tories possessing pizzaz, with the reputation of a ladykiller and Labour slayer.
Don't forget you can add some pizzaz with your own boot logo or a nerdy verbose boot.
It's a tacit admission that the subject matter (a family eating lunch on a Shetland island, for example) might be a bit on the dry side without a touch of pizzaz from some famous face "aff the telly".
On the other hand, surprisingly, it has more pizzaz in the right places.
Well this is an incredible opportunity to buy a going concern with Pizzaz, Presence and Franchisable concept
For maximum yuletide pizzaz, the 24-inch Sitting Santa can perch on a fireplace or ledge.
You can choose from a wide range of colours, including Purple Pizzaz and Cappuccino Spice.
It's all change on Glasgow's Otago Street as Pizzaz becomes Tattie Mac's.
Well, you don't have to be Aaron Spelling or Steven Speilberg to bring a bit of the movies' pizzaz and style into your own home for that special party, courtesy of a handful of Valley entertainment prop houses that provide furniture, accessories and decidedly weird items for movies and TV.
The teacher's report reads: Despite obvious hard work, it needs more originality and pizzaz if you're not to bore your audience.
Pizzaz is the name of a new neighbourhood pizzeria rolling out its dough on Glasgow's Otago Street.
Without adjectives describing who they are, the line-up scans with all the pizzaz of a high-school register - which, on first sight of Hollyoaks' munchkin Lee Otway, I thought it was.