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displaying light-hearted nonchalance

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tending to float on a liquid or rise in air or gas

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characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness

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Mr Kinnear said: "With the prospect of a buoyant sales and rental MARKET taKing place together this will create a lot of movement across the sector as a whole.
The inner diameter of the annular buoyant jets which simplified the high-temperature materials dumping process in practical industrial production was related to the area of dumped materials.
Surveyors in the West Midlands remain positive that the market will remain buoyant over the next three months, with 13 per cent more predicting rents will rise rather than fall.
Looking ahead, surveyors in Wales remain positive that the market will remain buoyant over the next three months.
The report said the group's product development arm was "at its most buoyant for several years".
A BUOYANT MARKET: Kevin Walker, branch manager of Robinsons
He said that although Saudi Arabia's economy is one of the largest and most buoyant in the GCC, mortgage borrowing in the kingdom is relatively low.
Meunier says consultants to the department recommended in 1993 that the city buy a more reliable system - a "buoyant (plastic) media clarifier system" - instead of a non-buoyant system that used sand.
Byline: A buoyant Congress party has gone into overdrive to form a government following its victory in the general elections.
The "neutrally buoyant" aircraft would carry up to 40 tonnes up to 200 miles without refuelling and be used in harsh environments, such as the Canadian Arctic and Alaska.
During fan operation, forced convection often dominates over the buoyant airflow generated by indoor heat sources, which creates a mixing flow regime in the space.
CIPS said the index revealed the sector was experiencing its greatest level of sustained growth for 12 years, following 20 months of buoyant activity.
As a result, the fish becomes negatively buoyant and sinks.
In contrast, Lux, to music by Philip Glass, was about life--big, vivid, and buoyant. Varone danced solo to begin and end the piece, in itself an affirmation of renewal after his recent hip replacement.
The record figures show the industry is "extremely buoyant" in Scotland - and act as further support for the SNP's fiscal claims on independence.