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moving or performing quickly, lightly, and easily

Synonyms for spry

moving quickly and lightly

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Spry Rush focuses on a small pro-British elite who endorsed a particular register of Britishness as a mark of their own acceptability, and she traces their loyalties on this, and the adjustments they made over time.
Below, Steven Spry and his partner Holly Brown outside the spacious home
Fizzik is a creation of Spry Hive Industries LLC, Microsoft Bizspark partner and developer of next-generation Internet applications based in Kirkland, Washington.
Balers purchased by auto recyclers can be used for purposes beyond compressing car bodies, Spry notes.
Judge Simon Darwall-Smith told Spry this was the worst case he had come across in 40 years in law.
Spry staunchly denied all the claims made against her and insisted the only physical punishment she ever used was "a smack on the bottom".
After Spry was given legal parental responsibility for the children social services had less power to intervene.
Karen Spry shows off the 1920s Banshee motorcycle at the Motor Shed gallery
On Broadway, she played a spry unicorn in the musical Merlin.
One of the most important intellectual activists of the twentieth century, Graham Spry was born in St.
Canadian director and producer Robin Spry died March 28 in a cat" accident in Montreal.
Gillian Spry, associate at Hamilton law firm Norris Ward McKinnon, leads the firm's employment and compliance team.
He proposes that these spry predators would first hunt the fat, docile harbor seals.
The SPRY Foundation, the research and education arm of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, and Caresource Healthcare Communications have published a book that seeks to improve communications among healthcare professionals, senior service organizations, and the older adults they serve.