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Synonyms for zippy

Synonyms for zippy

quick and energetic

marked by lively action

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That slice of puppetry porn landed the man whose hand was firmly inside Zippy in very hot water.
You never saw George and Bungle struggle to shut up Zippy
My other favorite items for the boys at Zippy were their golf shirts with no logos.
8220;We love to be involved in the communities we serve,” said Todd Temaat, owner of Zippy Shell Fox Valley, “so we're always looking for ways to help and the fact that RAFV teams up with Move for Hunger to deliver food to the Northern Illinois Food Bank is right in our sweet spot.
This agreement will help in the global expansion of Zippy Bags Inc's entire product lines.
Blancato said she and her husband, Joe, loaded the shelter van with supplies and met a Menifee volunteer halfway, in Maryland, bringing Zippy, eight other dogs, and two cats back to Massachusetts.
Roy played Zippy, who had a rugby ball-shaped head and a zip mouth, and pink hippo George from the early 1970s until 1992.
He added: "The most wonderful thing was if Zippy and George were having an argument between themselves, it sounded like he'd double-tracked it as they seemed to be talking over each other.
Roy Skelton, left, who provided voices for the Daleks and George and Zippy in children's show Rainbow, has died
Despite being completely deaf, two-year-old Zippy passed the tests such as going to bed and staying there, walking by his owner's side while ignoring another dog nearby and walking at heel along a road among others.
5-litre I-VTEC engine and the Honda IMA hybrid system to provide zippy performance with 56.
CULTURE Club members have the chance to win a family ticket to see Zippy Superstar DJ at the Empire Theatre on Monday, February 15.
WEST MIDLAND Safari Park has always been known for its jaunty exploits and two of the park's lively resident zebras, Zack and Zippy, will be frolicking and delighting visitors now they've been moved from their winter quarters into their summer home.
will pay tribute to artist Bill Griffith and Zippy the Pinhead beginning Feb.
The New York Times best-selling author Haven Kimmel (A Girl Named Zippy, 2002; The Used World, EXCELLENT Jan/ Feb 2008) returns with her fourth effort, Iodine, a byzantine examination of a tortured young psyche.