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very brisk, alert, and full of high spirits

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elastic

marked by lively action

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Amir should bowl Pakistan players in the nets to prepare them for bouncier and swinging tracks, he commented.
"A lot of the time I put pressure on myself and coming back from the subcontinent you create that expectation that on quicker and bouncier wickets you will perform.
They will still be able to call on Morne Morkel, along with the talented Kyle Abbott and Kagiso Rabada, who will present a significant challenge on faster, bouncier surfaces than England are used to.
"As you get more and more zinc oxide, and the zinc oxide begins to appear everywhere in the zinc layer, the battery gets bouncier and bounder."
This is a complete herbal hair loss treatment, and thus allows one to have healthier, bouncier hair without having to put up with the side effects that chemical based products normally have.
This is not Disney's first superhero film, as evidenced by Pixar's excellent 2004 film "The Incredibles." But "Big Hero 6" is a brighter, bouncier creation that meshes Disney's masterful mechanics with Marvel's originality (Disney bought Marvel in 2009).
Although next year's World Cup will be played on faster, bouncier pitches in Australia and New Zealand, the Australians must still find a way to handle good spinners in helpful conditions.
WHEN Kim Brockhurst divorced she paid nearly PS4,000 for bigger, bouncier breasts to boost her con'dence - but what she ended up with were lumpy, lopsided and leaking.
This is what breeds complacency, guys know, ' kuch bhi karoon, team main hoon ' ( whatever I do, I'm in the team)." F OR INDIA'S batsmen who have a reputation of being flat- track bullies, it's probably no surprise that the faster, bouncier pitches and the world's best bowling attack proved to be more than a handful.
severely undermine Root on their own bouncier pitches.
For example, adding Epsom salts to shampoo can help soak up excess oil and make hair bouncier. Similarly, adding half a teaspoon of Epsom salts to a facial cleanser is said to provide exfoliation and deep cleansing.
Their stand-out hit to date is last year's smash Sun, which was a slower tempo, bouncier track than their counterparts.
Misbah said Pakistan, ranked fourth in Test cricket, face tough conditions in South Africa where wickets are greener and bouncier than back home.
He explained that the chemical composition of Mayan rubber has been studied and scientists have discovered that the Mayans added other materials to the sap to make the rubber stronger, or more pliant, or bouncier depending on its intended use.