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The dual-density foam compound is seriously peppy yet still somehow forgiving enough for my addled ankle tendons.
A base four-cylinder turbo is peppy enough, especially for in-town driving.
These tracks were crafted to be especially relaxing based on research about how our brains react to sound, so they’re a good place to start if your usual musical taste is too peppy.
The vibrancy seems fitting for tools used to create cocktails, which in my house usually err on the side of citrusy and fruity and peppy.
Peters, the bike-industry veteran, concurs, saying he’s ridden motors rated at 250 watts nominal power that feel peppier than units with higher nominal power ratings.
Peppy turned toward her companion with one of her clearest and most straightforward expressions.
Secretly, for it was not Peppy's way to take men into his confidence where it might be avoided, he got himself a coil of rope.
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She asked if every one was out of the castle, and being assured that it was so, said, Is Peppy (her dog) safe?
The leader then started the meeting off with roll call and a peppy song to the tune of “America.”
“Glad to have them,” came the peppy voice back over the wire.

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