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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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Snappy Kraken is an autopilot marketing system that helps financial advisors deploy multi-step marketing campaigns with ease.
After their own discovery of snappy syncs, the Hartfields began gathering information about other locations where synchronous lightning bugs have been observed in Mississippi.
All this unfolds through a series of snappy, ever-changing scenes woven together with some top girl power hits of the decade from the likes of Cilla, Dusty, Petula Clark, Shirley Bassey and Nancy Sinatra - there's a terrific ensemble version of These Boots are Made for Walking.
Trainers are generally creatures of habit, so it would be no surprise if lightning were to strike twice when Snappy Guest's stablemate Any Guest, who will sport the same white and blue colours, contests the Sixt Car Rental Handicap (6.10) at the Yorkshire track.
Snappy Pet Food Delivery is a team of individuals dedicated to care and protecting your precious pet.
Officers found Snappy in the back seat of the resident's vehicle.
Debbie Gordon's new venture, Snappy Auctions, had already achieved a substantial degree of success.
Crocodiles should normally be green, but Snappy, as he is affectionately known, has astonished his owners and experts by turning orange.
WARREN Gatland has come under fire from the Irish Independent newspaper who labelled him "as snappy and rational as a menopausal warthog".
The name 'Radio Newcastle' is obviously not snappy or precise enough for today's modern age.
"Snappy Sayings" is a compilation of quips from countless brilliant minds throughout history, from hundreds of years ago to the modern day.
Writer Rick Johnson said: "He's a perfect Doc - enthusiastic, sad, agile, thin, snappy dresser, good hair and teeth." Tennant, 38, is filming his final scenes as the timelord before handing over the Tardis to 26-year-old Matt Smith.
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Drawing on more than 50 of Merman's scrapbooks from the '30s to the '70s and family interviews, her well-written and psychologically astute portrait will satisfy musical theater fans and anyone who loves a snappy comeback.
Snappy was the size of a saucer when first spotted at a country park by wardens 17 years ago.