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zippy

(ˈzɪpi)
mod. lively; active. This is a real zippy number.
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Dancing With The Stars, the American version of Strictly, also drags it out with a separate results show but seems much faster-paced, partly thanks to the zippier presenting style and quick wit of superior host Tom Bergeron.
Ballantine said The Population Bomb would be a far zippier title, and the book was published in mid-1968.
For us to be effective, and compete effectively in the marketplace, we really needed a zippier name," she said.
That may not put it in the zero tax zone of cars emitting less than 100g/km CO but those are all diesels and the Pixo is cheaper and zippier to drive.
That may not put it in the zero tax zone of cars emitting less than 100g/km CO2 but those are all diesels and the Pixo is cheaper and zippier to drive.
That may not put it in the zero tax zone of cars emitting less than 100g/km CO, but those are all diesels and the Pixo is cheaper and zippier to drive.
For starters, they shortened the whole thing, making it a more concise, zippier package.
lt;p>The latest version of IQ includes technical improvements such as a "beefed up grid architecture" that will enable the database to scale to thousands of concurrent users, better usage of multicore CPUs for increased parallel processing and zippier performance, and an easier graphical user interface, said Joydeep Das, senior product manager at Sybase.
An overhaul by a new management team has created a faster, hipper and zippier show, complete with restyled graphics, a more contemporary set and three younger anchors (McFadden, Bashir and Terry Moran).
A prime example of getting this right is the much-envied fashion and celebrity weekly Grazia, which has recreated the glossy monthly as a zippier weekly read.
Now head teacher Peter Kingham is hoping someone can come up with a zippier title for the school.
This new version of the series is cooler, cheekier and filled with zippier special effects and editing than its predecessors.
Far zippier than its rivals, it churns through complex computing tasks much quicker than its forerunner, the PowerBook G4.
Overall, it looks like probiotics have wider and more serious uses than just making you feel zippier - as the TV ads for probiotic drinks would have us believe.