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jive

a style of lively and jerky dance performed to jazz and, later, to rock and roll, popular esp in the 1940s and 1950s
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We are very pleased to provide fuel cell power modules to Wrightbus, as an important sign of continued progress in the deployment of zero-emission buses under Europes JIVE program, said Rob Campbell, Ballard Chief Commercial Officer.
The Jive Aces' performance is in addition to the usual Winter Wonderland activities that include: decorating cookie with Mrs.
Jive Bunny used the same formula for later hits, including That's What I Like, which samples Chubby Checker.
3 Consecutive number 1s for Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers in 1989
"LogMeIn and Jive share a common philosophy," said Bill Wagner, president and CEO of LogMeIn.
With Jive's Zoho CRM integration, agents can not only see who is calling before they answer--allowing for better call preparation--but with auto logging they can track every call, click to call, take notes, and schedule appointments directly from the pop-up within the CRM.
Tried in better company than this at Salisbury last time out, Jive Talking found it tough going as she was a bit too keen in the early stages before dropping off the pace in the finish.
Having toured the world several times, visiting some 40 countries, sold out the Royal Albert Hall, and performed at Glastonbury and Buckingham Palace on more than one occasion, the Jive Aces are undoubtedly at the top of their game, with a line-up that hasn't changed in the past 20 years.
HeliOffshore worked with Tonic Analytics, a UK-based data analytics and solutions specialist, to implement Jive as the underpinning of its new cloud-based collaboration hub.
I don't know why our numbers jive with the numbers from Comelec.