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pizzazz

(pəˈzæz)
n. punch; glitter and excitement. Listen to the way she put pizzazz into that song!
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Please get in touch with Bonita Best, Pizzazz Production at info@pizzazzproduction.
New Delhi [India], July 11 ( ANI ): During the upcoming International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) celebrations, a fashion show is all set to add some pizzazz to New York's Times Square.
To pump some much-needed pizzazz into the tired format, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, the acting chairman of the new European Clubs Association, said it could known as the Uefa Europa League.
Pizzazz owner Bryn Evans said the firm had taken its time to perfect the website and had sought help from the e-business centre of excellence for the West Midlands, the National B2B Centre.
Looking for a little more pizzazz with your computing experience?
IF YOU want something with a bit more pizzazz than traditional busy lizzies, go for the many New Guinea types which are bigger and bolder than their low-growing relatives.
Crafters working with polymer, especially newcomers to the medium, will find POLYMER PIZZAZZ a fine place to start.
It's something more like awe at the number and extent and infrastructural implications of Hadid's recent oeuvre, an awe energised by the pizzazz, drama, and effects of light intrinsic to the work, and then rendered almost giddy by the vortex of Wright's rotunda.
Looking for an investment that offers a little more pizzazz than the traditional mutual fund?
SUPER-SIZED self-satisfied sycophantic luvvie extraordinaire Stephen Fry hosting the wash-out BAFTAS with all the pizzazz of a pompous librarian who thinks he'd be good on Call My Bluff.
The Sportshift transmission and 18-inch wheels add pizzazz and good handling.
Young readers will enjoy this self-confident character who tosses apples with bull's-eye pizzazz.
For extra pizzazz, string beads and sew to bottom of pouch.
It's all very well, up to a point, to foreshorten and oversimplify your opponent's position in order to heighten your own rhetorical pizzazz and percussiveness.
The collaborative effort of Marci Mohan, Jeanne Palmer, and Peggy Simenson (three mothers with active children and elementary school teaching careers), Parties With Pizzazz is a highly useful resource for classroom parties.