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Synonyms for lithe

Synonyms for lithe

moving and bending with ease

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The new "Long Lithe Vietnam" package celebrates the 1,000-year history of a garment as singular to Vietnam as the kimono to Japan, and coordinates the made-to-measure production of an ao dai for one female guest.
Get involved: The Lithe Method has yet to hit our shores, but if the popularity of the classes in New York is anything to go by, classes should start popping up in 2013.
I'm thrilled to be opening our flagship studio in my favorite part of New York City, at the vibrant intersection of the Flatiron District and Chelsea," said Lithe Method founder Lauren Boggi Goldenberg.
The new US licence extension was based on positive data from the Phase III LITHE trial which demonstrated that patients receiving either dose of ACTEMRA (4 mg/kg or 8 mg/kg) in combination with MTX had significantly less damage to their joints at one year, compared to patients in the control group.
The dogs were eventually tracked down, with an Alsatian being shot dead and a lithe cross-breed escaping.
With its assortment of lithe, physical movers, the company presents its anniversary season, Love, Sweat & Tears.
The global market for sheetfed lithe printing will fall from $155.
Early 1990s anthems Alive and Jeremy sound as lithe and crystal-clear as you'd expect, but if you weren't convinced first time round none of the knob-twiddling here will be sufficiently revelatory to convert you to the cause.
Three young Northern lasses (including a lithe Jaime Winstone, Ray's daughter) meet some posho lads in Mallorca (including Tom Burke and Julian Morris) and go on a yacht with them.
Introducing each offering in his usual friendly, unpatronising way, David Curtis drew a lithe, busy, elegantly shaped account of this irresistible work, and, in the Jnale's counterpoint, made us aware of the great contrapuntal writing in the Jupiter Symphony at the other end of the composer's life.
liThe ability to measure pressure from 2 to 43,000 PSI or 0.
The Flying Spur, a stately four-door sedan, uses a 12-cylinder, double-turbo engine to achieve acceleration normally found in lithe, little sports cars.
Kalotay's writing is lithe, her dialogue light yet believable, and her characters delightfully comprehensible and identifiable as people we know.
I think they should all grow up, Anne included, and concentrate on getting lithe and beautiful - or handsome, as the case may be.