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suave

(swɑv)
n. personal polish and smoothness. Man, does that guy ever have suave!
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It was a performance of genuine authority that was a perfect launchpad for Suave Dancer's Arc bid which sealed his status as the season's European champion three-year-old colt.
Instead, the suave elegance of the works on display can be seen as a kind of paradoxical asceticism, as if the friar was deliberately foreswearing the emotional rhetoric that so engaged his fellow artists under the sway of Donatello.
With plenty of charisma, wit, and splashy dialogue, she makes the suave debonair Bond-style attitude work for her.
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And the master of tongue-in-cheek, witty choreography, Matthew Bourne, provided Dearest Love ("A Fred-and-Ginger number for two men," he called it), in which the suave and debonair Nunn and Hart performed campy foxtrots with versatile fancy footwork and great panache.
This dicey, and occasionally spicy, tale is about the romantic interlude between suave, handsome, got-it-all-together brotha Vincent and pampered diva Dana.
Instead he stayed close to his Chantilly base and seized France's premier Classic in style reminiscent of the Hammond-trained Suave Dancer back in 1991.
Priced approximately 25% below branded products, but 15% above private label items, the Helene Curtis Suave line is expected to touch off a pricing war, according to industry analysts.
CINCINNATI -- To leverage the launch of its SilkTouch[TM] technology, Downy invites consumers to celebrate softness by dancing through Downy events and the contest "Baila SAbele al Suave.
the hair care favorite found in more than 54 percent of American homes, with a new Suave Professionals[sup.
From Mr Darcy to Bridget Jones, Colin has a history of being suave on screen, but he insists that is not the real Firth.
Suave Professionals has once again teamed up with Nicole Richie and is sponsoring NBC's "Fashion Star" for the second year in a row.
The suave Englishman starred alongside some of Hollywood's leading ladies, including Audrey and Katharine Hepburn, Sophia Loren and Ingrid Bergman.
He traces Ferry's unlikely path from working-class coal miner's son to Newcastle art school student to suave sophisticate, and tells the story of the creative and social friction between Ferry and keyboardist Brian Eno, which led to Eno's untimely departure from the group two years after its formation in 1971.