lilt


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lilt

(in music) a jaunty rhythm
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Beginners & novice Lilt 8 years: 1st Gracie Vannart; 2nd Mhirran Fraser; 3rd Mya Leune.
Most of the studies supporting the effectiveness of LILT in the treatment of wound ulceration consist of unreliable or poor reports (Posten et al 2005).
In the opening duet, two men, as close as packed sardines, engage in lifts that end in a lilt or a thud.
Whilst in Derry, they had a tour of murals in the nationalist Bogside with artist Tom Kelly who described how he seeks to use public art to lilt the spirit of his community.
Instead of easy-to-comprehend slogans designed for ordinary voters like you and me, the leaders of the shadow opposition are contemplating such reforms as "Support Fair Wages with Good Benefits so No One Goes to Work Every Day and Comes Home Poor and Dependent on Public Services." And doesn't that lilt trippingly off the tongue?
"To see the smiles on their faces when they see they can lilt a golf ball was a tremendous experience for me.
And I know the sound of her sob and the lilt of her laugh, the lurch of her logic and the flare of her fury.
Also included in the unit are such features as an air/oil hydraulic lilt, a 50 psig jacket on the mix vessel for heating or cooling, a 2" flush type discharge valve in the bottom of the mix vessel, 316 stainless steel wetted parts, Teflon scrapers on the anchor agitator, a 100 grit finish to facilitate easy cleaning, and 2-3" sight and charge ports in the cover.
Director General of Animal Husbandry Production Delima Ashari said recommendation to lilt the ban was based on examination by the agriculture ministry and a report from the World Animal Health Organization (OIE) that the United States has been free from mad cow disease.
``From what I could see it was the English fans,''he said, with a distinct North Wales lilt to his voice,adding that the cause was ``too much drink''.
A running beat and a London lilt form the basis of a new, as of yet, unnamed style - but grimy garage is the assessment from the street.
It is December 1980, a week before Christmas, Westport, Connecticut, a blanket of snow on the ground, wood smoke from fireplaces redolent in the air, tree lights festooning the houses, a pervasive Yuletide lilt, but we are laboring in the subterranean space beneath Paul's converted barn, an area that had once been a stable for farm horses.