Nimble sentence examples

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  • The youth was smaller and nimble, accustomed to navigating the forest.

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  • He was amazingly good, his fingers plucking the strings with quick nimble strokes.

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  • One of these, a nimble little man, was wearing a blue coat tied round the waist with a rope.

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  • The Eskimo engraved poorly, the Dene (Tinneh) embroidered in quill, the North Pacific tribes carved skilfully in horn, slate and cedar, the California tribes had nimble fingers for basketry, the Sioux gloried in feathers and painted parfleche.

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  • As we age, we tend not be as nimble in our thinking as when we were younger-we know too much and can see all the potential problems.

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  • We soon had an assembly line set up in our living room - those with nimble, unscorched hands were burning CDs, printing stickers and inserts, cutting the inserts, applying the stickers and putting the whole thing together.

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  • Gemini's hands are particularly nimble and dexterous, so any profession that requires detailed product carvings would be a good fit.

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  • Equally entertaining is the "Santa and Reindeer Dance" card, which stars a nimble St. Nick moonwalking while his deer friends sing in the background.

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  • Although her Mars makes no major aspects, Linda Goodman's Mars in Gemini would have made her intellectually curious, nimble and energetically "quick".

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  • Regular exercise, if done in a sensible manner with proper warm-ups and cooldowns, keeps the joints nimble and healthy.

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  • nimble fingers are quicker on the buzzer than anyone else's.

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  • nimble hand in mine.

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  • nimble car to chuck about, you see.

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  • nimble finger work.

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  • The bike is surprisingly nimble through tight corners too.

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  • Many companies had proved nimble in identifying new market opportunities.

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  • nimble footwork all made it back on-board if somewhat wet!

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  • He was of medium stature and weight, very nimble and very neat in all his work and conduct.

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  • Neither can I knit quite so fast these days as my fingers are not so nimble.

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  • The only problem is that the evil cats have become quite nimble at catching birds on it.

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  • It is also extremely nimble, stopping and starting on a dime thanks to the low-mass platter.

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  • All fencing should be adequate and safe, especially since moorland ponies are particularly nimble and are likely to be unsettled initially.

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  • Over the years, ICANN has become incredibly nimble at avoiding putting its foot in a hole.

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  • Jack Be Nimble is another easy game that only uses the space bar.

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  • Their fore limbs are short but strong with nimble fingers.

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  • For Sassoon the " brown rats, the nimble scavengers " are simply another dab of paint to define the scene.

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  • A long waterline gives the Horizon excellent directional stability but is still nimble enough for inland trips around backwater creeks.

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  • nimble feet.

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  • He was biking in the forest now, pine-scented and cool in the early morning air, watching more nimble cohorts pedal on by him as if he were stand­ing still.

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  • Introduction of a new triple-layered DO element not only makes the lens more nimble, it delivers unrivaled imaging performance.

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  • Naturally, the smaller fighters are much more nimble and agile.

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  • Legol means to run free or to be nimble and Las means leaf.

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  • Back Be Nimble offers ergonomic workstations by Balt.

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  • As time went on, he sang with another D.C. group, Physical Wonder, and even entertained folks as a nimble MJ imitator.

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  • As nimble and spry as I am, it's hardly a challenge to venture closer and enter the chateau undetected.

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  • The swell was about 6 8 feet but with a bit of nimble footwork all made it back on-board if somewhat wet!

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  • nimble to get around the tiered garden although some 50% is wheelchair accessible it is claimed.

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  • nimble enough to work with big government agencies and deliver in the trenches.

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  • Enjoy a mouthwatering jumbo burger or nimble on Joe Perry's "Rock Your World" Quesadilla.

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