Quilted Bustier: Are you a glamour queen even when it gets a bit nippy out?
Best to drive is the 1.3-litre Sirion, which is nippy yet still frugal at a claimed 48mpg overall.
nippy result was a miracle of ' package efficiency ' which carried four adults in a smaller, nippier car.
Folks around here tend to wear gloves in the winter when it gets that nippy.
A jacket comes in handy when temperatures are too low to simply wear a T-shirt or tank top, so it's perfect for anyone who exercises early in the morning, when temperatures are on the nippy side.
Apparently it gets a bit nippy in the winter too.
nippy striker is Palace's leading goalscorer this season with 14 in all competitions.
nippy player, this time signed by Fergie during the long hot summer of Michael Knighton, was Danny Wallace.
nippy winger the simple chance of drilling his shot into the corner of the net.
nippy day in the landscaped dells of Blenheim Park.
nippy sweetie with a long-lasting finish. cask no.
I have opted for the slightly slower but still pretty nippy ATI Radeon 7500.
Some can be quite nippy, which makes the Dash Hoop come in quite handy.
They sound great when they buzz by and they are very nippy.
LANcaster 24-01-2003, 15:25 You could get a Leon Cupra, they are fairly nippy!
When we came out, it was really nippy and we had to wrap up for the final run through Wolsingham to Bishop Auckland.
It may not be straightforward, but the Coolpix is extremely nippy for a non-SLR, and considerably smaller.
In the center there's highlands over 2,000m and it can get pretty nippy up there I can tell you.
Around town the engine felt quite nippy, although I wasn't sure about the gearbox.
nippy in the winter too.
At home, I use a Nippy portable respirator for 12 - 14 hours a day.
From the large lumbering herbivorous sauropods to the small nippy carnivorous theropods, Skye has a number of record-breaking dinosaurs.
nippy around town but tails off as speed rises.
A wee nippy sweetie with a long-lasting finish. cask no.
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