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snazzy

and shnazzy (ˈsnæzi and ˈʃnæzi)
mod. elegant; classy. This is a snazzy place all right.
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They produced snazzy bags out of old jeans - they simply cut the legs off the trousers, stitched them up, added handles and decorated them.
Over 90% of the lines featured on Snazzy Jazzy are made in the USA or Canada by entrepreneurs that have turned their passion for animals into another career.
To address the issue of airport security not allowing the product, Wilson said she tried to make the Snazzy Napper look friendly by putting "z"s and sheep designs on it.
YOUNGSTERS are being asked to get out their paints and crayons and design a snazzy outfit for a dog.
khamba's blog retweeted on twitter: "Of all the people you had to leave poor ol Mohammad Sohrab Mirza and his snazzy engagement Armani suit for -- you had to go with Shoaib Malik?
KILDARE LARK's tremendous 2007 culminated with a nomination for the hurdle category at the forthcoming annual BGRB Awards and he can start the new year as he left the last by again denying old rival Snazzy Time over 475m in the 8.
Surely Hilary won in the glamour stakes, although we did kind of like the 'pointed' anti-war message on Ms Lavigne's snazzy T-shirt.
It's a snazzy shindig for California's elite, and it surely isn't free.
Snazzy ladies have raised pounds 300 to help teach young children.
Toppers and Flappers: The Art of Russell Patterson is a snazzy coffee-table artbook featuring the 1920's and 30's magazine cartoons of Russell Patterson.
When most people think of the term "corporate branding" they automatically think of snazzy logos and catchy phrases.
Holograms on the new notes can be reproduced with a machine purchasable on the black market for $72,000, and it's a good bet that retailers who see a snazzy 3-D image on an otherwise convincing banknote may subject it to even less scrutiny than before.
But the impeccably staged production by out director Nicholas Hytner makes any melodramatic excesses forgivable, with the help of a superb ensemble cast and a snazzy set designed by Bob Crowley.
Bebe Neuwirth brought her sly and snazzy style to Fosse's "All that Jazz," Mercedes Ellington vied for best chapeau with a glorious nest of feathers atop her head.