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snazzy

and shnazzy (ˈsnæzi and ˈʃnæzi)
mod. elegant; classy. This is a snazzy place all right.
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A casual alternative to Cannon Beach's snazzier dining options, the Ecola Seafoods Restaurant & Market is the only strictly seafood spot in town, and the fish is as fresh as you'd expect from a place owned and operated by fishermen.
But are these scorched movie metropolises a metaphor for a business being bombarded by newer, snazzier forms of non-theatrical entertainment, or is this a momentary stumble for an industry that's still soaring?
Grant also carries dressier apparel like sport coats and seersucker suits for those seeking a snazzier game-clay outfit.
No, don't worry, the laptops still sport a clamshell design, but its exterior's a lot more snazzier than before.
Finishing and labeling are problem-free and make the accessories even snazzier.
This new model is both bigger and better, slicker, snazzier and very desirable.
Power retailers are buoyant about a snazzier fourth quarter and believe spending habits are changing for the better.
Most analysts had expected RIM, for the first time in its history, to begin losing subscribers in the recently completed quarter as it has rapidly lost market share in North America to Apple's snazzier iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy devices.
RIM pioneered mobile devices for email, but its fortunes faded as rivals like Apple and Samsung came up with faster, snazzier devices.
In an age that is dominated by computer wizardry and the common expectation of immediate contact and interaction with ones social group, however far distant they might be, it is only to be expected that airlines will lure passengers with the promise of better, snazzier gadgets to play with during long, boring flights.
Will a big direct writer always have a better, snazzier app?
Installed my raggedy old computer, and I'm getting ready to mail order a newer and snazzier model.
Summary: The automobiles just get faster, snazzier, if higher priced, every year.
Though snazzier by far, the promotion bore the hallmarks of the highly successful Champagne promotion run by Morrisons last year, where, of course Marc Bolland was still at the helm.
This, of course, became the mantra for an entire generation of ad folk as we became better paid, along with the 60s explosion, and traded in our Cortinas for snazzier models.