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pepped (up)

and peppy
mod. alcohol intoxicated. (see also perked (up).) That guy looks a little pepped up. Don’t give him any more booze.
See also: pep, up

peppy

verb

peppy

1. mod. vigorous; energetic. (see also perky.) I sure don’t feel very peppy right now.
2. Go to pepped (up).
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Stronger, zippier, peppier, happier--with a can-do attitude and enough confidence to conquer the world.
It's a very, very blue state," said Judy Peppier, state president for Qwest, who noted Oregon's strong union presence.
The program also has new theme music, edgier and peppier as if to signal an edgier and peppier approach to the Sunday news show business.
But according to Doug Peppier, the company's vice president of sales, retailers can expect to see innovative new designs that blend unique form with function.
The album also caters to peppier occasions such as the Sangeet and Mehndi ceremonies.
1 seconds from 0-62mph, but around town and out on the motorway it feels peppier.
So, the new small, soulless, gas-efficient boxes were soon replaced by sportier, peppier alternatives, often provided by imports.
Most versions are fine to drive, not Focus-sharp but forgiving and very comfortable with a smooth ride and low noise levels, although the diesels are worth the extra outlay as they are more satisfying on the motorway, peppier at the throttle and offer incredible economy.
Recently a parallel, and peppier, site titled Doing What Works has arisen in the department--not in IES, though it uses IES research.
This collection, though spending time with dark themes, is peppier than the group's debut full-length.
Also receiving scholarships but not pictured: Amanda Dearing, Amy Luther, Justin Vickery, Jeremy Peppier, and Laura Stockbridge.
4-litre GSI three-door at pounds 8105 and you'll get significantly peppier performance, while fuel consumption only drops from 51mpg to 47mpg.
Peppier MS, Kuny S, Nevesinjac A, Rogers C, De Moissac YR, Knowles K, et al.
In prior betas, Sun has rolled out dynamic resource pools (which relate to the Solaris container partitions, but have other uses) through the integration of Sun Resource Manager with containers, a much peppier TCP/IP stack, a very cool feature in Solaris Volume Manager that allows disks within a RAID group to be moved around without having to rebuild the RAID groups (this is a big deal), and another neat function called DTrace function, which allows system administrators and developers to poke around the Solaris kernel as it is running and see what is going on inside the system through some 30,000 software probes.
It's even peppier in the quasi-manual Geartronic mode, and it has a hair-trigger touch at almost any speed.