sprightly


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full of spirit and vitality

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Added to that lower weight, it makes progress away from the lights more sprightly than pretty much anything on four wheels.
Sprightly helps effortlessly create, share and consume professional digital content on phone including catalogs, pricelists, promotions and e-cards.
Klairon Davis: sprightly in retirement "He was a great one.
sprightly as a a is Mary took to tequila slammers like a drunk duck to water
35pm) THIS adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's best-selling novel is a surprisingly entertaining and sprightly yarn.
The sprightly pensioner said revealed that he was in the old raspberry fields when the bear turned up and attacked him and he fought the bear and landed several headbutts and kicks on him.
There's Mark Ronson, who played at Macca's wedding to Nancy Shevell and gives us the hummable Alligator, which is classic McCartney, and the sprightly New.
Miles Shipside, director of Rightmove, said: "There has been a sprightly start to 2013, and while market activity remains patchy across locations and property type, some agents are reporting their busiest new year since the onset of the credit crunch.
Miles Shipside, director of Rightmove, said "There has been a sprightly start to 2013, and while market activity remains patchy across locations and property type, some agents are reporting their busiest new year since the onset of the credit crunch.
And so when Wigan goalkeeper Mike Pollitt, a sprightly 40 years and 11 months, was offered the chance to comment on his side Wigan Athletic's home 1-1 FA Cup third round draw with League I outfit Bournemouth the Premier League custodian gratefully took the prompt and said: "Well, we have another bite at the Cherries".
Still sprightly, Annie was surrounded by family and friends at St Mary's Nursing Home, Castle Chare, Chester-le-Street, for a surprise party.
Sprightly Phyllis Townsend, from Bournville, joined the congregation last month in a party, at Weoley Hill United Reform Church, where she has been a follower for 40 years.
Despite being 81, sprightly James O'Brien from Ennis, Co Clare, is considering doing a Geography paper next year.
The inventor, Andy, is a sprightly 80-year-old who is deservedly proud of his product and took great delight in telling me: "It does what it says and stops the splatter.
It's a sprightly Duke of Edinburgh we see here 41 years ago as he boards the Mersey Docks & Harbour Board's salvage vessel, Vigilant, at Liverpool Pier Head, on March 22, 1958, for a dock tour.