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Groovy

An object-oriented scripting language that is executed in a Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Created by James Strachan and introduced in 2003, most Java code can be executed in Groovy, although in many cases, Groovy requires less coding than Java. Groovy supports lists and indexes, and XML and nested tree structures are also easily represented and traversed. See Java and Java Virtual Machine.
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At the groovier shindigs, the hepcats will never wear ties - no way, daddio - and the squares can taste that same hip vibe by removing theirs.
This venison was plumper and plusher than any red carpet rolled out for the Academy Awards, and its taste left me with a groovier grin than Jack Nicholson picking up his umpteenth Oscar.
But because of a 1993 lawsuit settlement, Ping Eye 2 Irons, which boast the groovier grooves, were exempted from the new restrictions.
While the brand is perhaps best known for big, brash trancey stuff these days, this is a much more mature affair, with a groovier house sound making it perfect for some chill-out poolside listening.
Bijoumiyo is made up of vocalist and percussion player Myles, drummer Raymond Groovier, guitarist Andy Nash, bass guitarist D.M.
Bernard Telsey, "We're specifically targeting the younger, cooler, groovier crowd who go see all Neil's movies."
It consists of five talented musicians, including Myles Sanko on vocals, Raymonde Groovier on drums, bassist D M Jones, guitarist Nash and Ghostman on the keyboard.
In "Things Are a Lot Groovier Now," then-Publisher Robert W.
Wear it under a blazer in a dark, contrasting shade such as burgundy; groovier types could try it over a long-sleeve tee in deep blue.
If the colours were groovier, like the silver caravans you see in the States, it would be a completely different story.
or, as Heywood and Drake further elaborate, postfeminism is "a groovier alternative to an over-and-done feminist movement" (1).