lilt


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lilt

(in music) a jaunty rhythm
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For LILT to be effective, it is imperative that correct treatment protocols and dosimetry are adhered to.
I'm Elizabeth, also known as Mona Lisa," she says with a sultry Italian lilt when telling mobile phone users they have a call coming in.
The survey was commissioned by fizzy drink Lilt which says it is wants to bring more laughter to the nation.
The center will undergo a face lilt, and leasing efforts are underway to bring the property to a 100% occupancy.
My eyes have seen Mary's faithful despair, The Song of Songs and its erotic lilt, The pity and the pain of Hosea's prayer, The palace that a mighty love has built.
Community open procedure for the award of LILT SOS service for a period of 3 years plus 1 - 633963504E IGC.
Misguided Ghosts has an acoustic lilt, All I Wanted is dramatic light and shade, and Decode an ambitious anthem.
We swoon for the lilt of Sean Connery, can't bear to listen to Tony Blair or David Beckham and would least like to talk like a Brummie, according to a new speech survey.
Olly Richards of the magazine said, 'Putting on a foreign lilt appeals to a star's vanity, giving them the opportunity to inhabit someone a million miles from themselves and prove that they are more than a pretty face.
His efforts to play cop Jim Malone in 1987 filmThe Untouchables,barely disguising his ubiquitous Scottish lilt, topped a poll of experts at movie magazine Empire.
Thomas McGread of Wichita, Kansas spoke on stewardship, which in his charming Irish lilt came out sounding more like "sterdship.
There is lilt, buoyancy, a sense of being freely unmoored in a calm sea.