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But it's always going to be there - the age and the lack of limberness," Contactmusic quoted her as telling Britain's Vogue magazine.
Empowered by his newfound limberness, Ouzo bolted towards the race track at 60 miles per hour, tearing the sulky to pieces in the process.
David held a sling that way, how this man holds his skin, nonchalant, and a bit cagey, too, to brace himself, display the line and size of it, the cape's ease, the holding simply part of a day slapping by, part of a dazzling limberness, what was his listing to what is, shoulder and flank and our full, full girth, to our avail--
Now if this operation is relatively easy, ordinarily, and hardly requires the limberness of a grasshopper, things are entirely different when you have a scruchjetta, because every time you bend down toward the ground, no matter how minutely, no matter how gradually, to undo your shoelaces, you're hit with an often searing pain.
As the victim, Thomasin Gulec displayed a deceptive rag-doll limberness that morphed seamlessly into the muscular control of a man who finds himself liberated into a different reality.