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The multidimensional Aimee is a delightful character, full of spunk and grit.
The soft drink is still available, and some of its fans say the use of its name as a word for spunk is right on target.
has a passionate mission to curate collections with spunk and flair.
She was pleasant natured, realistic, honest and had a great sense of humor with plenty of spunk to go with it.
The Hair Salon opened in January 2009 and the lead hair dresser and owner brought some Philadelphia spunk to the Naples area.
Pixie Tales" is filled with charm, surprises, and magical spunk.
Assange says in the profile that his ideal woman should "spirited and playful, of high intelligence, though not necessarily formally educated, have spunk, class and inner strength and be able to think strategically about the world and the people she cares about.
She has more spunk that the rest of them put together.
She's got spunk and as a matter of personal belief I support her conclusions.
Wolfe's adaptation of Zora Neale Hurston's Spunk, running through March 7, sets a very high bar for Penobscot Theatre Company.
Aging Gracefully, Aging Defiantly: With Dignity, Integrity, & Spunk Intact" is a guide for elders who want to age independently as productive members of society regardless of what one's friends and family may try to force on them.
Word History: The English word spunk comes from spong, a word in Scottish Gaelic (the traditional language of northern Scotland) that meant "tinder" or "sponge.