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zippy

(ˈzɪpi)
mod. lively; active. This is a real zippy number.
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Zippy, his zipped mouth open, was even gasping in ecstasy.
Zippy, with all his irritating ways, is still alive and well, it appears, and I now have three front fastening sweaters that reside in my wardrobe that remain zipped and can only be worn by pulling over my head.
Zippy brand manager Karren Alvarez told me that the cuts and sizing are European, so it has a slimmer fit, versus the boxy pants that I normally come across.
After licking my wounds, I could attempt to seek similar employment, like Zippy, Bungle and George did after their infamous exit from Top Gear last year.
Daniel Kubler, trainer of Zippy, was left puzzled for the second time in four days as a handicap debutant at Doncaster on Friday was backed to 8-1 from 25-1 and Zippy ended up 4-1 from 16-1.
Zippy Shell Fox Valley then picked up the donated items at the RAFV office in Geneva and delivered them to the food bank.
Zippy might not be comfortable weeing around other dogs and is therefore coming home with a full bladder.
lIf you are interested in adopting Zippy, Ripley or any of our other cats, kittens, dogs and puppies, please visit the Animal Welfare Centre in Askar or log onto the website www.
Hybrid sporting goods bag company Zippy Bags Inc (OTC BB:ZPPB) reported on Tuesday the receipt of a new sales agreement for the supply of 12,000 Zippy Bike Bags.
Zippy Technology's combined GPM in the first half reached 30.
EAST BROOKFIELD - It's as if Zippy, described as "a shelter mix" recently arrived here from Kentucky, doesn't know he has only three legs.
He was also the voice behind Dr Who baddies the Cybermen, as well as Zippy and George on the children's TV show Rainbow.
Actor Roy Skelton, who provided voices for the Daleks on Doctor Who and George and Zippy in long-running children's show Rainbow, has died, aged 79.
ACTOR Roy Skelton, who provided voices for the Daleks and George and Zippy in long-running children's show Rainbow, has died aged 79.
Zippy the Boston terrier, received the Kennel Club's highest award for obedience, and all the credit goes to his owner, who came up with her own form of sign language.