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vim and vigor

Cliché energy; enthusiasm. Show more vim and vigor! Let us know you're alive. She's sure got a lot of vim and vigor.
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vim and vigor

Ebullient vitality and energy, as in He was full of vim and vigor after that swim. This redundant expression uses both vim and vigor in the sense of "energy" or "strength."
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vim and vigor

n. energy; enthusiasm; moxie. Show more vim and vigor! Let us know you’re alive.
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vim and vigor

Full of vitality and enthusiasm. Here's another redundant phase : “vim” comes from a Latin word for “stength,” while “vigor” means the same thing. But alliteration carries the day, so if you're full of vim and vigor, you're hot to trot and go to go. A similar expression is “piss 'n' vinegar,” the latter word having long been used to mean a sharp vitality.
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O periodo de exposicao das sementes de feijao ao envelhecimento acelerado, a partir de 72 horas ja produz resultados que refletem no potencial de vigor que as sementes apresentam, podendo assim, gerar dados que servem como base para determinar o possivel potencial de armazenamento da semente.
Of the 29 specimens situated in the non-irrigated plot, four species Clethra alnifolia, Hammamelis virginiana, Itea virginiana, and Mtrica pennsylvanica, lacked vigor with deaths of both specimens.
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To cope with the increasing demand, Vigor plans to install RealD 3D on 500 screens in the next five years," said Guo Wei Chen, General Manager of HNA Group.
Customers can also purchase the LG G3 Vigor for $334.
The 136 foot freezer longliner vessel, built by Vigor Alaska for Alaska Longline Company, is also the first vessel to be constructed in the Ketchikan shipyard's new seventy-thousand-square-foot assembly and production hall.
Studying and investigating the effect of cultivation date on the quality of soybean seed, Green, et al [12] found that the soybeans produced because of the early cultivation, due to placement in a hot and dry weather, produced seeds with low growth vigor.
The Vigor series features four base platforms, upon which customers can build a suite of field computing solutions for any tough computing application:
The participants also self-reported their mood and vigor levels throughout the study.
Wellmune WGP, from Biothera, significantly reduced upper respiratory tract infection symptoms in marathon runners while increasing vigor and overall health, according to a study published in the December issue of the Journal of Sports Science and Medicine.
that he is committed to supporting Afghanistan and to continue the war against terrorism with vigor," said Humayun Hamidzada, Mr Karzai's spokesman.
Three company premieres gave Miami City Ballet's winter season the vigor of spring.
Even more remarkable is the vigor of the IT industry and in particular the Internet," says Courtney Munroe, director of IDC's Business Network Services research program.
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs): To ensure appropriate levels of liquidity in the nation's real estate markets, federal policies should reflect the significance of REITs as an investment vehicle, as well as their underlying importance in maintaining strong real estate asset values and the economy's overall vigor.
However, CIMMYT breeders expect the biggest gains from their exploitation of heterosis, or hybrid vigor, in the initial progeny of crossbred plants.