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shy

1. Poker (of a player) without enough money to back his bet
2. (of plants and animals) not breeding or producing offspring freely
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Other medal winners were Farhanullah Kakar, Mohammad Shoaib Khilji, Zia-Ud-Din Kassi , Mohammad Yousaf, Amanullah Durrani, Naseebullah Sadozai, Mohammad Usman Khilji, Mohammad Umar Durrani, Basharat Khan Khilji, Syed Shyer Yeaar Khan, Ezatullah Kakar, Shahjan Tareen, Mohiz-Ur-Rehman Kakar, Miss Amna Tareen, Miss Bakhtawar Khan, Miss Zarmina Rehman Khilji.
What really makes it personal is the extent to which Iyer--a writer in his way as enigmatic as Greene and perhaps, before this book, at any rate, even shyer about self-revelation--exposes himself as never before.
Women are shyer than men on social media except when it comes to which brands they like, according to a new Social Media Habits and Privacy Concerns Study from uSamp[TM].
She persuaded the play's producers to let her read for the part of Chris, over the shyer Annie, and clinched it.
Apparently some sly editing gave a false impression of some of the villagers and at least one "star" of the show is now a shadow of her former self, a much shyer and less assured person than she was before the TV cameras arrived.
Angel is more outgoing and chatty, while Velvet is shyer and takes time to warm up, but both will make wonderful lap kitties.
Yeah, a lot of bocks are too sweet, this one isn't," seconded guest taster Kirby Shyer of Manhattan Beer.
One thing I noticed when I was in schools was that children who are quieter and shyer would come into their own and take their more boisterous friends with them on an imaginative journey.
Baby Boom (1987) was just one of six films Meyers made with her former partner Charles Shyer.
But there is a much shyer quality to me that people don't usually see.
Cottam said play is important to help socialize not only rambunctious pups, but also shyer ones.
I felt some of the Japanese girls were shyer than some girls in my class," Hamla, a first-year higher diploma student at Higher Colleges of Technology Ruwais campus, told Gulf News.