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swimmingly

mod. quite nicely. I’m having a fine time here. Everything is going along just swimmingly.
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But you're against the clock and under the pressure of a set number of moves, so things won't always go swimmingly.
BBC SPORT organised a swanky leaving do in a Copacabana hotel for Alan Hansen, which all went swimmingly, except for one major no-show - Hansen himself.
But judging by their tender kiss, things are going swimmingly for the Wolf of Wall Street actor.
It's all going swimmingly, but it obviously becomes part of your life and you have to deal with it, so that's what I'm doing" Actress Lynda Bellingham on dealing with cancer "All that is taught is about the pointless sacrifice.
China's FM Wang Yi attending Saturday's nuclear talks in Geneva Talks are going swimmingly and now Russia and China want in on the fun.
Parkside is not - a football team Once the home of Rolls Royce - or so it would seem Ironmonger Row - a line of hardware shops in retail Not very likely - perhaps a minor detail Fairfax Street - never told a lie It stood up - swimmingly by the by In West Orchard - not a single apple Not russet red - or grey dapple The High Street - is up the top of town One to bank on - that won't let you down Jock Brownlee, Wood End, Coventry.
Wearing a hard hat and waving two Union flags, things seemed to go swimmingly at first.
Ask the powers that be: Muslim integration into Europe is going swimmingly.
Gaga's trip to Asia hasn't all gone swimmingly though.
Everything was going swimmingly until my dad decided to pay me a visit.
And for much of the three-mile journey, all went swimmingly.
THINGS are going swimmingly for students qualified in life-saving.
GOING SWIMMINGLY - Citroen's new Splash C1 city car offers plenty of extras, including air con, at a reduced price
I haven't entertained the prospect of putting up the decorations yet but everything else is going swimmingly - until the son corners me.