Thesaurus / nimbly
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These activities keep the fingers and hands nimble and mobile.

Big investors are backing online banks more than ever, betting that these upstarts’ low overhead and nimble technology stacks will let them keep grabbing customers from traditional financial institutions.

If publishers translate those takeaways into decisive actions, their organizations will come out on the other side stronger and nimbler, and the industry better equipped for a post-pandemic future.

A much more nimble, fast-acting company that can work quickly to address situations.

The virtual space allows for a certain degree of flexibility and the ability to be nimble to adapt to consumer preferences, so operators shouldn’t shy away from innovation or creativity by any means.

These suspension systems let frame designers tuck the rear wheel underneath the rider, closer to the pedal cranks, which shortens the bikes’ chainstays and makes the bike feel nimbler and less lumbering—all while avoiding tire-frame collisions.

A new agency that is both nimble and specialized could thus be just the tool to prevent the tech behemoths from abusing their monopoly positions.

There’s been a lot of talk of silo-busting and nimble work flows now that everyone is scrambling to accomplish things while working virtually.

This also makes for a happier, more motivated workforce as well as a more nimble company.

The need for teams to be both “agile” and “nimble” has certainly been proven in recent months.


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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.