free-wheeling

free-wheeling

mod. lacking restraint; flamboyant and uncontrolled. These high-spending, free-wheeling palm-pressers appear out of nowhere at election time.
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Schaffer's free-wheeling style, often described as "jazzy", makes every show different and thrilling.
With a free-wheeling characteristic, a cute look and sexy outfits, Rola is the queen of TV variety programs.
The revival of the 1970s first struck the catwalk with its free-wheeling easy vibe and has now trickled down to the retail outlets turning regular girls into 'boho babes' overnight.
Lyn Kettle strives to balance the responsibilities of work, marriage, and motherhood; Cat Kettle learns a shocking secret about her own marriage; and the free-wheeling Gemma Kettle contemplates whether all her relationships will last no longer than the turn of the season.
The airline s Chief Executive Officer Ghaith-Al-Gaith, and Senior Vice-President Sudhir Sreedharan in a free-wheeling interaction with Indian media declared doubling of the destinations that flydubai operates to in India and also stressed how flydubai is not in competition with another Dubai-based airline, Emirates.
While the Philippines has a free-wheeling US-style democracy with an outspoken press, critics charge that the government does not do enough to investigate and curb the killings of journalists.
Free-wheeling Pars on the up says Jim DUNFERMLINE boss Jim Jefferies believes the wheel of fortune has finally turned in his club's favour after the worst year in their history.
Matt Prior offered some resistance with a free-wheeling 69 from 102 balls, his first half-century for England in 17 innings stretching back to Auckland in March, the report said.
Sprinter Sacre ruthlessly dispatched Sanctuaire and the rest in the Tingle Creek although he touched 2 (SP 4-11) when forced into a mistake down the back by the free-wheeling Sanctuaire, who traded at a low of 1.
Mr Clegg said: "He's very much of the view we've got to go back to the good old British tradition of keeping people's money safe "He thinks that if we mix up free-wheeling investment banking with the old-fashioned High Street banking we all rely on we're mixing businesses which shouldn't be mixed.
The free-wheeling plot centres on a cross-section of New Yorkers and out-of-towners, each of whom faces a momentous decision before midnight.
The free-wheeling Rory O'Moore was nearly half a furlong in front at one stage but Nina Carberry took the bold decision to set off in pursuit and prevailed by a length and a half at the finish.
The London club were known for securing their top-flight status as early as March during the early 2000s only to spend the last few weeks of the season free-wheeling.
Keyboardist Rodney Lee transforms classic children's tunes into free-wheeling, toe-tapping funky fun in this energetic musical adventure with an accompanying ten-page illustrated booklet.
His Los Angeles multi-media firm, Weapons of Mass Entertainment, and the resulting free-wheeling book offer a guide to brainstorming that introduces an artist's approach to the stodgy world of business.