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- She taps out her rhythms crisply.
- The staging is also serviceable but uninspiring, with scene changes needing to be made more crisply.
- The film moves quickly and crisply, never losing the audience.
- The film moves along crisply and the familiar ground is covered in an entertaining fashion.
- "I am not," he responds crisply.
- They stood to attention while they were being crisply briefed.
- "Well, some people do, some people don't - that's the beauty of society," he replied rather crisply.
- She introduced herself crisply.
- He made the decision and gave his orders crisply down the phone.
- We were crisply ushered to the plush elevator that politely transported us vertically to the top.
2(neatly)(starched/ironed) con esmero
- One figure stood out of the foreground, however, wearing a crisply starched white shirt and fixing the camera with a clear gaze.
- The elderly Russian gentleman, wearing a crisply tailored dark suit and burgundy tie, walked slowly, with the help of his cane.
- In the distance, a crisply turned out man walked briskly towards us.
- She was a little taller than I was and wore a crisply pressed business suit.
- She was quick to observe his crisply cut sandy-blonde hair and shy demeanor.
- I admire the sweet servers, male and female alike crisply dressed in white shirts, black ties and long black aprons.
- The staff were crisply turned out in black.
- How relieved we felt with the first glimpse of his immaculate smile and his crisply ironed lab coat.
- Their blond hair is tightly braided, and their outfits are crisply pressed.
- A crisply dressed older man sits down in a barber's chair in a shop on 43rd Street.
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