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apt to speak irritably

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smart and fashionable

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pleasantly cold and invigorating

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marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners

quick and energetic

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Still, given it was a meeting of the less than snappily titled City Region of Birmingham, Coventry and the Black Country, there was some sympathy for the faux pas.
Helming is snappily commercial, actors apply razor-sharp comic timing to the astute script, and technical credits are impeccable.
A wedge of wood painted black topped by a snappily jigsawed piece of white plywood refers to the equine as speedily as to, say, the sinuous curve of a Chippendale settee.
He has already revamped The Nutcracker, La Sylphide, and Swan Lake for his own contemporary dance company, Adventures in Motion Pictures, snappily known as AMP.
But you won't find the snappily dressed Scandinavian boring everyone to tears with talk of missed putts, pulled drives and duffed chips.
Asked how he felt about this, Geoff snappily replied with a question of his own.
The principals are also established stars with BOST, from Jessica Walters's likeable Sarah and Linzi Stefanov's Marilyn Monroe-styled Miss Adelaide to Tony Prince's snappily dressed Sky Masterson and Chris Simmons's bellowing Nathan Detroit.
COMEDIAN Richard Herring's latest live solo show is the snappily titled We're All Going To Die
STANDBY for the North-east tourism Oscars, snappily named Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards (ACSTA) - designed to" recognise operators who deliver an outstanding experience to business and leisure travellers.
Channel 4's Three In A Bed is now the far less snappily named Four In A Bed.
The scheme, snappily titled 'West Midlands Graduate Internships', aims to match employers who have a project which could be undertaken during the downturn with an unemployed graduate who has the right skills, but little or no experience.