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jazzy

(ˈdʒæzi)
mod. stimulating; appealing. That’s a jazzy sweater you got.
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The idea is to give the retro Bollywood formula of masala a contemporary twist, strictly in terms of jazzier action and camera tricks.
Their natural feel for the jazzier end of the honky tonk is reflected in competent originals and covers of classics.
The five players chugged and sidled through a musical parabola that ranged from "strict" tango to a handful of jazzier hybrids -- a repertoire richly marbled with the compositions of Astor Piazzolla, with whom Binelli performed in Piazzolla's New Tango Sextet in 1989-90.
I used to try to convince myself it made me sound jazzier.
Many have it backwards, insisting that a jazzier way of learning will produce dramatic effects.
But despite the aggressive nature of the piano writing, the concerto proved to be quite an uplifting, optimistic work, with immense technical demands that were fully met by soloist Kirill Gerstein, who was plainly at home with some of the jazzier tinges.
It is on this basis and doctrine that our Armed Forces have been deployed to implement the duties assigned to the Jazzier Shield Forces that represent one of the mechanisms of military cooperation between the GCC states.
Wednesdays just got jazzier and irresistible at Touch (Trendset Tower, Road No.
Naturally the "jazz edition" CD is the jazzier of the CDs (its companion is FEELIN GOOD), but jazz and pop sensibilities are found on each.
And as well as singing the hits she's renowned for with her group, such as Moving On Up and Search For The Hero, she will be revealing her jazzier side.
The new Grand Vitara also gets a jazzier and tougher look with new designs for the front grille and bumper accentuating the sportier exterior.
Now, as then, too many of the "good" teachers are also still lecturing, albeit now with much jazzier visuals thanks to PowerPoint.
The unit's 1963 recording Voce ainda nao ouviu nada (Philips) is one of the finest examples of the jazzier side of bossa, a genre dubbed "samba jazz.
On Dunu kan, the feel is even jazzier, with a swinging horn section and a funky organ, while Issa's vocals dance lightly and joyfully above them.