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sleek

(of an animal or bird) having a shiny healthy coat or feathers
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The new Nissan X-Trail has a sleeker, more car-like look
MORE SPACE - the Honda Jazz with quad bike on board; LONGER AND SLEEKER - the new Honda Jazz
Start from the back sections, if you want root lift pull your brush under the section and upwards, if you want your hair to be sleeker, dry the section downwards with the brush on top.
LUXURY Japanese car maker Lexus is planning to follow the lead of its German rivals with a sleeker version of its flagship saloon model.
It adopts the same design concept as the latest Mercedes-Benz S-Class, which achieves a sleeker and less bulky appearance than before.
The most successful aspect of the show was its evocation of the power this kind of work exudes in the context of the artists' own homes and yards, a quality that is often lost in sleeker, formalist presentations.
In the rebuilding of 7 WTC, Silverstein along with several other firms, including Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP consulting design partner, David Childs, designed a sleeker building, which allows for the reintroduction of Greenwich Street through the World Trade Center site and for the creation of a new neighborhood park.
These designer offer everything from shock-absorbing laptop carriers to lighter, sleeker luggage geared toward women.
The bulky side view mirrors of the older model are replaced with smaller, sleeker units.
And 1996 goes for a richer sound that mutes the Jazz Age slap but gives a deeper color to the sleeker, sexier numbers.
Scheduled to open in late 2005, the new building will be sleeker and five stories taller than its predecessor.
Edison also figures prominently in the competition between independent mom-and-pop charter schools and the sleeker national education-management companies.